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To the Boys 
and Girls 



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The Puzller la here, call In and «et 
one before they are all gone, 
■ Cumpbell'ii Preacrlptlon Store. 
We— •!* prompt and careful. 



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':.af*AP«W> I*' IMIk 




COAL 

HALL &L WALKE/k 

Wellington Colliery Co. Coal 

It» 0«T*mmuit St. FhOM II. 



VOL/CIII,, NO, 210, 



YICTORIA, B,^„ TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1910 



TWENTY PAGES 



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Inexpensive But 

Rich Gut Glass 



■'"■^If you oniyioiew the'lmT6"unTora3^3." 
charm a piece of cut glass gives to the table, 

'vaul"would not'B£"wtthout a piece. Our 
showiin^ is a most ( 1 i \- e r s i i i c d o-n e". " I m p o r t - 
ed by us direct from .Xmerica's most noted 

glass cutters. ^,:^,-. 

The sparkle and many diff£l.entjnies to 
be noted will at once appeal to you. Better 
let -us show you a fe^y pieces. 



HELP IS NEEDED 
TO FIGHT FIRES 



lion of Forests in Wasliing- 
-1on, Idaho and .Montana 
Situation Grow^- Worse 



dcr to the government for approval. 
Sini-e the issue of the rpylil deofeo on 
Jirty 12, nullify lug- the action of the 
archljiahop, the clyrtcal i'xjiw.i^, urged 
by Cardinal Merry Del Va\, papal sec- 
retary of state, liave been conducting 
u bitter campalK" ugulnHt the rfov- 
ernnicnt on this nccounl. 

At tlic Maim; Hint' tllt> Vatuan hu.«i 

beep rai.slng dUllcuUies about lllling 

the 'illplomatlc vacancy caused by the 

death oC Senur .Martlnas d'Aantas, the 

i PiirtuKcsc government retalluted by 

Flames Tlireatehing Destruc- e-:[;;^«, - r^^,^:;/':^^, ^J.r'lS- 

later of justKe has drafted a hill pro- 
viding f"r. a rlvll refelstcr of l)lrthM, 
dPuths. and niarrtaares. A» thla threat- 
ens a large Knune of income from the 
clcrHy. a nieeUn>? of ecclesiastics waa 
held here to protest. . 

Danger Is also threalenea Ui_e ***-■'- 
f rritntrnt- on-flw.oi.mt iii tlie.,retuiafid pf 
the King to redeem the j)riiml.«e made 
hv the government fur amnesty for 
ji'dHtjc^aljifl'tMieder.s Inehullug the niem- 
liers of' tTTe. sorfct .societies liivolyed. 
The govcrnmem has been trying to 
api)ease the Republleans by uppoint- 
Ihg prominent memberB of trhe party 
to important poBltlnns In the prov- 
inces. 

The moiiarchhil pre.<(8 .says that poli- 
cy will unable the Reyubllcana to turn 
the eloetlou machinery of the govern- 
ment against itself 1J3 future elections 
to the (,'ortesi— - 




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APPEAL IS SENT 

■ . FOR SOLDIERS' AID 



RIGHT OF W 



Canadian Pacific OlDJects to 
Part of Canadian Northern's 
Proposed Route Alopg the 

^..._..Fraser and Thompson Riveja 

RAILWAY COMMISSION 

TO HEAR ARGUMENT 



: WENDING WAY HITHER ; rAuOtNaLKo Ult 

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*- tipwardB of one hundred of 

♦- the delegates from Kastern 

V provinces t.p the general confer- 

♦■ ence of the Methodist church 

-♦■ In <:anada, to open In thla city 

♦ next Sunday, are already on 

♦ 'their westward wfty. A special 

♦ train bearing sixty-two dele- 

♦_„ gi'te{<, fr'ini -'^^'^'^''^'^"'''^*'*:!?^^ ""'^ 

♦ the MaritlriTb I'VovlnccsTNova 
-* Scotia and New Brunswick) 

♦ left 8t. John on Friday last, the 
*- vanf'ird of the viBiiing clerics 

♦ being expected to arrive here 
-•• by tomornvw evening at latest^ 
-*• 

♦ ♦.«-♦♦♦-♦-♦-♦■-♦•-►•♦--♦■■-•■•♦■■♦ 





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Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Jewellers T017 Government Street 



President" Taft Gives Consent 
to Regulars. Icttng As Fir^ 
Fighters— toss of Timber 
Will Be Heavy 



'' Economv Study, But 
Don't Be Mean" 

■ Old English Song. 



Mduscwivcs can certainly sa\-c much 
best of all methods for prcscrMnc: meat, 
fish, fruit, etc. 



money with this 
soup, \egrtablcs, 



•i lali 



q^allnn-;. per riozen 



ECONQMVTA'RS- 

Quarts 

Pints 

CROWX JARvS— Half gallons, per dozen ._ 

QuartF: •" ' " ^ ™ 

Pints 

B.' C. SUGAR, per sack . , . . • 
2G-LB. SACK SUCAR FOR 



► ■*- * •__•■.•. : 



rrr 



.$1-05 
.$1.50 

.$1.25 

.$i.-'3 
. $-1 .00- 
...85c 
.Si. 30 

.S1.15 



WASHINGTON, AuR. 8.— THe pr^StE: 
■ lent was aviprized today of the danger 
thtU th reatens the national y,-oodhuid3 
in th6""west, tiy. feTegranir ~ trtrrrr ■ thtr 
weBtcrn forestry and eonservatlon as- 
-snritttion and froin the western pine 
manufacturers' association. Both or- 
ganizations requested that military 
forces bo permitted to help' save^the 
timber. The president telcgcapjied 
blanket instructions permitting the use 
of the soldiers. 

The danger that confronts the for- 
p.>its is said to be the most serious, rfT 
the history of the forest service, and 
it is feared the amount Tiiiiy v\v.\ Into 
tnlilions. 

Secrctary-Bullinger who i.~ ui .^ciitle, 
telegraphed to the acting secretary of 
the interior, Mr. Pierce, that serious 
forest tires are reported in the Flat- 
head Indian reservation and the new 
(Jlaeler national park in Montana. 

Mr. Pierce Immediately communicat- 
ed with Clement S. Ucker, chief clerk 
of the Interior, department, who la in 
Glacier park on a tour' of Inspeclloi^. 
to adopt emergency measures to meet 
the situation. 

The fore-it service has also promised 
to co-operate with the Interior doparti 
ment. • ' ' 

vSupt. Morgan, of the Flntheud re- 
servation, was rerruested to rrniort fire 
conditions in his territory. Today he 
telegraphed to the department that 
while the situation had beet» serious 
.<»lnce July 1, the fires are now und.er 
e»yn tr oW--H.<» ■ JiiUtl- m)t.-bl»-iinilcuiiL.haa.±iC£a^4^{^.t.H 



Will Vote on Wage Proposal. 

DENVE R, Aug . 8.— Bigjity thousand 

7con^ucfo?s amT^alnmen riinT)loy>d on 

■western railroads,^ will vote within the 

"next fwe) vs'OAks on rhrpropo.sal for an 

Irtcrease of pay, suTmiltted by the con- 

v erjtio n of the Western A.sBoelattorl of 

Railway Trainmen In St. bonis on 

Saturday. '^ 



Between Train and 
Engine on North- 
western Pacific Line North 
of San Francisco 



sion 
Light 



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REPORTS COMmCT- 



longer nrcpssary— tu^riiittrlci the free 
carrving of arm.<; in Ireland, and ac- 
cord'inglv it ha.s decided to restore the | 
weapon.<(' retained by the police. So 
hack tbev are Koli}g, lock, stock, and | 
harr.d— bacl<:'t')y thP- rarttn^d-^toth^trHn 



AS TO FATALITIES 



li;^,.r,.l — baCK'tW thP- ra-rttogd'^to th^tTH-n ■ , Pl,,^^ Crnm r\nci tin 

RniarH'Q Fnfriiippf tn Visit tlTe^^^tfK'iiT'rt^wwTTt-^^ une up 

board s Lngineet ^^) "^^^^^ \^^-'^'>^>^A<or tui^ conce»»\on. it is said .^,, Dp,,p,,p vVnrl^ 

<::rPnP AftPJ- HS nSDeCtlOil ihat in some parts of the country the 1 tO inirty fieSCUO Vi/UIK, 

bcene Auei nib iiibpei.uu i ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^. ^,,,.,^^ ^^ ^„^,,.i„^ ,,,,,i, Arrnunt of Wreck- 

of NpW Br dees on E, &l N, 1 in .seinng revolver*. OlOW Un MCCUUrU Ul VVlCbr\ 

0] INKW DIIUfet.:> un ^, ^ I The Unlonisl-s say that Mr. Blrrell Is o ap Rplncr Tfl np-|pd 

determined to pretend that this is the agO DCing I dllgltJU 

lie.'^t of all })osslble worlds, that hiH 

land bill has slopped cattle driving, 

that- his administration haa b««i^a. a. 

complete success, and has restored 

peace, love and harmony to Ireland. 

The result of his determination Is that 

.,.. , the a.stonlshed peasantry are getting 

Tine on a portion of the rlght-of-w-ay , ^^^^^,1^ ^^p,, 



Railway 



CATHOLICS IR 
"ON GOVERNMENT 



Juntas in Basque Provinces 
, Decide on Vigorous Cam- 
paign—Great Manifestation 
to be Organized 

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DIXI H. ROSS Sc CO. 

Independent Grocers, 1317 Government Street 

. - . Liquor Dept. Tel. 1590 



Tels. =50, 51. 52 



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burned, the losses being conlined prln 
clpally to younger growth. 

,A380c-late Forester Patter has .sent a 
telegram to the district foresjters at* 
San Francisco, Missoula and Portland, 
Ore., who have charge, of the forests 
where the flres are raging, . advls.ing 
them that they n. ■ ' upon the 

army for aid. 



VANCOL'VKTt. Aug. 8.— A batUe 
roval, involving the right of the Ca-. 
nadian Northern railway to build Us 
Tine on a portion of the rlRlit-of-w-ay j ^^^^^,1^ ^^^^^. ^^^^g 
of the Canadian Pacilic railway on the constabulary 
.shelving banks of the Fraser and _ 

Thompson rivers is Impending. It wli | 
L l»- fought out her.- before , the board 
• T^-t««-HwM.y... cp.ro P" Issioncrs atL,its:aU2^t | 
«lttlng here on Se|)iember &. Emment 
eounsel have been retained by both 
sides. 

Tiie Canadian I'acine railway has 
entered a geueral i)roteMt against the 
application of Meaars Mav.kenzie and 
Mann for aj.proyal of the Canadian 
Northern railway route at two dlfter- 
eni polnt.«. The first is foj^_tha..aeye,n- 
mlle section on the Thompson river, 
and the other is for a ten mile stretch 
on the Fraser. The Canadian P-'if ^^ 
objects to the, proposed line parallell- 
llng Its , road bed. 

In the tir.fi instance, the dispute re- 
lates to right-of-way from bytton up 
the Thonipson river. From bytton the 
Canadian Paciric line follows the oust 
bank of the Fraser to Cisco bridge, 
where It crosses to the west bank, 
which is followed In all its sinuosities 
f<jr sixty ur seventy miles. In Its pro- 1 
test to the railway lioard the Canadian , 
Pacific ralhVHy declares that approval j 
of the application of the other road to 1 
infringe oiv its right-of-way in the; 
disputed sections referred to \vill in- | 

The Ca- 1 



carriage paid by the 



TALKS POLITICS 
WIJESIDENT 

Republican ' Chairman of Ne\V 
York State Makes Pilgrim- 
age to Beverley — Optimistic 
Over- Party Prospects 



F'ooT Comfort 



The question of Foot Comfort is a difficult one with many, 
but those who luivc trouble in getting footwear to fii well arc 
certainh ii' t customers of ours. These arc the people we want 
to visit \i.s. for if wc know a shoe does not lit quite right, and 
yet you think it does, we promptly; tell you so. 



McCandless Bros. & Gathcart 

555 Jolinson Street -. Victoria, B, C. 

Positively No Cr«dU 



Resumes Law Practice. 
M\ WKSTMINSTKR, Aug. S.— J. 
SlUwell Clute. for the past, four years 
examiner of titles in the provincial 
land registry ofHce. has resigned his 
position to resume practice as barris- 
ter and solicitor. Mr: Clute w^Hl exam- 
Trie' and Vass "upon We "Ofles :or; htpd" 
about to be acquired .by the- Canadian 
NOrtheTn Pacific Hallway company. In 
slxty-mllc section on the smith side of 
the l-'raser, in connection with which 
F J/ ooulthfifir Tfistr-Krready heen ap- 
pointed ■ "Ing agent for 4ttfe right - 
of-vvay. 

VAW'FIGir • 



S.\.\- SEIBASTT.V.V. .Spain. Aug. 8.— ; 
The Cath(Jllc juntas fif the Basciue pro-; 

vinces decided at a mec-ling today to| ^_^^^^^^_^^^ _^^ _ 

wagfi anyroad <-ampalgn ."In defence "f 1 ^^l-.^^'^^^^^^^^^l.^^f.^^^^H.^l^l^d it.' road 
Cathollclsni.- and to use all efforta ^o .if^^'i^^^.^CJ^XnCb'^lov^ the sr^^^ 
spread the propaganda throughout; ^4,1,.^ line. ' 

..A*-.tini..,Xijf,!it aLcp lUty li.uiu ,i Lu iU.b.ui,_Qf„P.artlcular8;the Cana- 

a general committee to organi/.e adlan Pacitlc'^s'tates in tli* first pU\ce 
mammoth manifestation against the, that there Is not_Aufflcient room ^for 



.<.\.\ ll.V KAKl., Cal., AU^. 8.— It i.s 
reported; R*rir tdatTTietw-een twelve afld 
thirty p*ri«OTis "wci^ kil1«d and many in- 
jured tonight In a collision at IgnacToT^ 
ten miles north of here, between the 
northbound passenger train on the 
Northwestern Pacific railway and a 
light engine. j 

The wrecked train was the regular 
Petalunia and Santa Rosa evening pas- 
senger from San r'ranctsco. 

It Is usually well filled, and was chi- 
rying tenlKhl an extra numt>*r to -«U — 
lend the state nonventlon of the Red- 
men, which opens In .Santa Rosa tomor- 
row. ; Reports here as to the number of 
fatalities are conflicting, varying from 
ten to thirty. The Injured are being 
brought to thla city. , 

.'^AN FRANCISCO, Aug. R.— General 
Manager W. B. A. Palmer of the North- 
western Pacific. Dr. J. O. Bergenia, 
chief surgeon, and tlve nur.ses from the 
company's hospital here, left for Ignacio 
at 9 o'clock tonight. 

SACSOLITO, Cal., -■Vug. 8.— The dls- 
bf the .Vorthwestern 



BEVERLEY, Mass.. Aug. 8.— Tim- 
othy 1,. Woodruff, Republican state, c-^^.^w..,.^ ^, 
chairman of New York, talked politics^ pdtcher's office 

with Preslde,nt 'Tafi for more than ^'aciflcrepbrta' that train No. 6,. ili« 
two houra today, Mr. \Voo<iruff is op- ,egnraf Fininuma and Santa Rosa pns- 
limistlc over the outlook in New York „jj„g(,,. ^jyan. and extra enjtine No. is 
state, declares that a compromise will^^^^.,j^..^., f,p„.r).pn Tnlltsl-on, ' lonlgbi. nno 
be r-eached on the primary aiication,„,j|p west of Ignaclo. The railroad of- 
and signiiicantly remarked that clr- jj^j^i^ ^mte that a number have been 
cumstances might arise that 



cause him to be a candidate to sue 



government. 

Later thej v.ill seek to create mil-. 
Itant juntas in every provlnpe. 

The Carllst leaders also held a meet- 
ing today, but behind closed doors. 
The Suspicion tha,t the Catholics and 
("arllsis ar«c working hand in hand 
has increftsefi the uneasiness of the 
authorities 



the two parallel lines on the precipi- 
tous banks of the two rivers. It is 
pointed that the building of the Ca- 
nadian Northern gra4*»r":w|W," .seriously 



menace the slopes of the other com- nominations 



"• ^" llcials state inai a numut-r imvt; u.7^,= .i 
would, j^jljgj j^j^j Injured, but that they do not 

, > suc-j^„Q„, ^1,^ detalUs of the wreck. 

cet^d liiniaelf as state chairman. . | ^,^j^, UAFAI>U Cal.. Aug. S.— Two re- 
The compromise which f • ,^^ «°,'^:l ,ief trnln.s with phy.sleians are work- 
ruff said would be reached on the, th-^ ••■.cenc cf the wreck. One 

primary <l"f HC. -"^ Han %o1- 'Vurec i rf'" '« on the San Rafael side and the 
Governor .Hughes plan loi tureci. 



panv's road bed. and that the older 
company,, when removing rock slides, 
will bo comi)elled In , any event to 
dunip rock and boulders below onto 
the tracks of the other road, there be- 



Cardinal .Vlerrv Oel Vai, The-Papal* ihg no other cheap method of getting 



secretary, has forwarded, to ^he pros! 
dent of the Junta, here the thanas of 



the Pope and hla apostolic I' 
tion. There were no disorder.. 



die- 



DELTA DYKES 

Extensive Work to be Done Under 
Contract Recently Let— Gov - 
-ernment. Gives Aid. 



rid of the hundreds of tons of rock 

that fall at certain seasons of the year. 

• In' order to be In a position to^ enjoy 

expert independent advice, Geo. A. 

Mountuin, dibd" advisory engineer to 

, tho rallwav board, has eouic- West to 

I e.\anilne tlie iTght-of-way now In dis- 

pute. Mr. Mountain -will leave,,for the 

scene at the end of this week, after 

examining new bridges recently built 

along the lino of the. E. & N., between 

Vl( toria and Nanalrno. 



the party leaders 



M^'worruff said thai other Is on the panta Rosa side of the 
Mr. Woodrutl saiu mat ,.,„^„,,„„„ ic auru timt th,v 



in 



the state would] "^^■''*^'^'*; 





i 



What A Parisian Chef 
Says Of "Dinner" 



"Dinner," says ;i f.'unous l''rcncli cook, "is the 
hope of the hungry, the occupation d the idle, 
the re^t of the weary and thr consrilatinn ol the 
miserable." 

The rl inner wine V^L^xcclWnCejn^^^ 
is the fanvnis Claret of G.Treller & Co. Preller's 
Btirgundv and vSatitefhe'arcnow; concedetl, with 
,»^t.he CLTr.et^t^.beJ;hc purest and' best- prQCurabtc. 
The V arc to -bc-fntind- fnt her- wine ItstS of every 
hi<j;h-cl;i->^ hdel, bar or cltih. l",very good, rcli- 
,alile deakT stock -^, PrellVf'<; wine-. hccaU.sc'of their 
punt\- and fine l>o.U(]uei , J i^;j mr hccnse;d grocer 
offers \()U a .siibstitute, do iiQi'..acGept it," butafik 
him i<.j)rfTcufeTf^ir"Ffcn^^^^ I Ml her X- 

l.ei^er. wholesale ngxnt.s for-B, 'C- \'iel<iri;i, 
Vancouver, Kelson. 



Smaller Kingdom Follows the 
Example of Spain in Differ- 
ing With the. Church Au- 
thorities at Rome 



.-, LISBON. Aug. 8.— PortuR.i!, like 
Spain ,1.^ aimoaf. on thb verijfe , of an 
oiicn rupture with the Vatican, due. 
among other causes, /to .friction over 
tlie governmental s-enslure of the Rom- 
an Catholic archbishop of Braza for 
suppressing a Portugese Franciscan 
newspaper without submitting the or- 



NEW WESTMINSTER, Aug. *> — 
The contract for placing the dyking 
on the gulf side, of Delta munlcl- 
paYltv^Ttv permanent repair has been 
I,' ■' v.- Tucket of Vancouy<ir 

.,,.,. ^viIl commence Immediate- 

ly. Two miles of di-klng on the Gulf 
of Georgia side are all'ected and ihe 
contract calls for 30,000 yards of 
gravel at a.n average price of 85 cents 
per yard. The graver will be brought 
from Chewassln beach by a narrovv 
guage railway. About JJO.OOO will be 
expended on the work this year and 
the same amount next year, when it 
Is expected to be completed. 

The gulf aide dyke has been a con- 
tinual bill of expense to Delta muni^ 
clpallty. hut when the present work 
is finished It is believed that there will 
be no further trouble from this source. 
In former years the heavy storms 
that play on Utls side of the munici- 
pality in winter have seriously affect- 
ed the dyking, tearrpg away the base 
and letting tho water In on the land. 

■ — " _ ■ >;itfils asalst=_ 

Ing in the w'ork, while tlie balance'' 
of the monev is behjg raised by as- 
sessmpnt. under the Dyke and Drain- 
age, bvlaws of 1892 and 189.5. 






10 





The wreckage Is such that th 
, ,, ,,, ,iu>,in!Hi,,n nC the' '■e.'<cuers cannot work (luickly, and tlie 
not stand ''^,' . ^' ^, f '''" ""''^." "\hatU'xact number of dead ..nd injure 1 still 
conventun principle He "-^'^^^/J;^ Jj ,.^,„alnH a<,uestlob: TtJ^ known here 
I'resldent Taft ""; • <^«'; Yorrpoll-i that there are -a^ least two 'dead and 
were in f^^'O'-^^.f /" „^,^;^,-^"^i,,''"tJ nrt*>cn Injured. The smoking cars were 

'/"• :T^ ...r V, w. fto w nian or telescoped and most of tho victim, were 
force hi" .."p %i-us .IS to an> man ' ^ , j^ ^,^^,^^ ^.^^^ ,„ ^he window of one of 

^^^'lufst hu.v i.u uoluuel Roosevelt u ill , the smashed cars a man can be seen 

BO n the coming campaign in fight- ; sitting, apparently dead.., 

ine for the -dlreof primary .systerni .^AtTSALlTO. Cal.. Aug. 8.-.The lut- 

has not been stated. : est report at the train dl-spi.teher's of- 

Presldent Taft stated his 1 - "Iflce of the wreck on the Nortliwestern 

anew today: lie "alsa believes in the ' i-acific. near Ignaclo, places the -list -at 

convention'' Idea as to state tickets,. „„p, dead and 2r, injured. The relief 
•ilth'ough be would probably approve ofj train carrying the victims Is, e.vpecte<l 
a direct priinary vol;e as to assjem^y- , j^^, jgacj]_San Rafael soon. 

men. congressmen and United 5?Stesp __ _^ 

senators. 



Action Taken hy" Government 
Causes Much Sensatioi 
Green Isle — Credited 
Secretary Birrell 



m 
to 



Klllea Ijy Bot>to«r». 
CLEVELAND, Aug. 8.--The theor>- 
that Wm;^LrTO«e.-tne wealthy attorney 
whQBO murdered body was found near 
his Fuclid Heights hohie on Friday, was 
I assassThalPd for revenge, was pracll- 
rally abandohed by the police this even- 
ing The discovery of new clews, yeis- 
tcrdav and today, all of which point to 
attempted robbery being the motive of 
the crime, have confirmed their opinion 
that hold-up men are Vesponslble for 
ti;o irtw .\ <>r's death. 



NEWS SUMMARY 



I 



Pago 

1— Dispute Over Right of .' . 
Hi'lp Is Needed to Fight 
I'^lrea. Passengers Die )n 
Train Wre6k. 

2 — Engineer Gets .Best of- -Crit- 
ics. No Sign of End to Dry 
Spell. ApprovcB Proposal 
for Juv^^nilo Court, Resig- 
nation of- Alderttian num- 
ber. Panacea for ills— »f-All . 
t-he Earth.., ' 

:; Prophesies Victotfy of Con- 
.servntlves. Horse Show the 
l'>ature of Fair'.' Special 
Prizes -for "Flower Show. The 
'T'hUvf Scout's" Visit tn Vic- 
toria. 
4— EiTItifFIttl. 
I — Social an(^ perfional. 

■ e^No W3 ' 6rm6"T'Uy. 
7__Liocal News, 
g — ^^l»i woman's realm. ' 
'.» 9 — Sport. 

30 — .Additional sport 
-.■4j__Provinclal NRvvti 

12 — Mining Dept. 

13 — Real e.'<Ulle. 

ii — Marine. 

j5 — <}enernl .\'" ?i. 

16 — M (1 r k e t s , 

17— Ooionist AJvt. 

18 — Classified Aclvts. 

1!t--Trnth Report on B. C. Fruit 

20 — David Kpencer. Ltd. 





KILLS CHILDREN 



California Woman Drowns Lit- 
tle Ones %' Bath Tub and 
Hangs Herself— Was Re- 
cently in Asylum 



DCBUN, Aug. 8.— From the cons- 
tabulary office tn Dublliv Castle there 
Id letting tno wuii-. m -j.i i..r .«.„.. has been Issued a notice to each po- 
the nrovlrictai goverrtmenWIs asalsi^:lico station in. Ireland In connection 
jne piovimiaib ^^ .-,._.tl^ .^^.^^ ^^^ re.'.toration of;artT$s and am- 
munition surrendered under thf iieace 
preMer\atiou acts In 1881 and lS,St>. 

In this notice It la stated that the 
Irish gioverii'ment ha.s approved of 
formal notice being given to each of 
tho owners (or their legal representa- 
tives) of arins and ammunition sur- 
rendered under these acts, and slill 
held by the constabulary., that [heir 
weapons and ammunition will be dea- 
iroyed unless within one month of the 
service of the notice application is 
"made to. the local dli'trlPt Inspector for 
their restoration. Lists of all arms 
and ammunition surrendered will bo 
forwarded- to country Inspectors, so 
lliaT, owners may be notified, and simi- 
lar notices, it Is stated, should be 
given to owners_ of n^ny surrendered 
arms and ninmiinflfpn now stored lij 
the countries. 

ApplicntlonH , for th<' restor;itinM oC 
arm.i or amiiitmltlon which have been 
seized ov' forfeltV;(1 ifnder thft acl'S .Kl- 
ready men tioned will noTT/e "ohWi'taln- 
ed tind whei-e a reas'mabb^ doulit ex- 
ists as to the return of any arms , or 
anUnuiiltion. the q].iest1on nuist b(3 re- 
ferred to the iuHiiector-geiiiral of 
cVMi.^tHbulury for iriBtrucriouH, 

This notice, which is, of course, at- 
tributed to Secretary BIrfell, baa cre- 
tited a , tremendous! seusatluh all 
through .. irelniul. as, it iiraelically 
mefins the return of all seized fire- 
nruis to the people; For mapy years 
Ihe eonstabulnry depot kt Phoenix 
Park has been an armory of all .'Sorts 
of weapons collected by the police in 
all partH of the co^mtry under the 
provlPlons of the Peace Pre.<!ervatlon 
Act. The Liberal government has now 
come to the conclusion that It Is no 



Fraser Valley Crops. 
M.:W W1':ST.MI.\'STFU,' AUK. > it'-- 
ports from oil parts of the Fraser \ a - 
ey point to good crorw this year. Ha> - 
ing is prettv well (Inlshed In most 
parts, and the crops has been an ex.- 
eellent one: In Delta the yield runs on 
an average over three tons to the acre. 
Other sections report the crop a little 
better than the, average. Grains are 
heading welL -with a tendency, to .ripen 
much sooner tlimi la.'^t year, on ac- 
count of the dry spell. 



MANY MESSAGES 
10 DR CRIPPEN 



Letters and Telegrams Ad- 
dressed to Prisoner Which 
Are Not Allowed to Reach 
Him— Some From Women 



WIIH PASSENGERS 
OF 





I>i)I.\T IUCH.M".N'0, ''ill.; Aug, 8. -- 
Following the example Of M,rs. Joseph 
.MpIIo, of Antloch, Cal.,„vvho ten. days 
a^o killed her four small chlblreii, 
Mrs. .lohn Westman of this pla(«e, to- 
day ■drowiioiJ,, har, two little, chlldrf.'ii 
In a bath tub. and then haiiKCd her- 
.self In the attic of her home. 

Mrs. Westirfan returned from Ihe 
iNapa tnwatie asylum a month ago. It 
was ihouirht she had recovered en- 
tirely frmn lier mental trouble. Mrs, 
We.s'tman, was 38 years old. Her In- 
sanity returned. It is said, through 
brooding over the story of how Mrs. 
Meiio sent h*r little ones to death. 



Beatrice Sails Froixi. Juneau 

for .Vancouver'— Wrecked 

.:..,.;;,'.Steamer Appr.enlly Resting 

Easily On, Rocks 



.ICNEAU. Aug.. 8.— Tho steamship 
Princess Beatrice sailed for Vdncou- 
MT today, -wlth^thc passengers of the 
wrecked stenmer Princess May. which 
went on tlu> roiks north of Sentinel 
Island early last Friday morning. 

Advices rwelved ^rom the scene 
of I lie wreck today say that the ves- 
sel iHis settled easily on the roef. There 
has beet) little movement since the 
steamer founded, »n<S It la believed 
that there Is hd am«^r of the ship 
breaking up as long U the WMithvr 
rem&tns f»lr. 



gCEBKC, Aug. . 8.~TeloKrams and 
letters addressed to Dr. Crlppen are ae- 
eumulHtlng at the pfoVlnolnl Jail, but he 
;,s allowi'd to receive or answer only thp 
cable messages fioiri Arthur Xewton. his 
London attorriov, relating to the prepar- 
ation of his defence. 

Fully u dozen letters and ns many nios- 
siiges have never 'reached tho prisonei-, 
t>ecausp .liiilor Morln bus ndjudgod them 
Improper to deliver to man In Crippen'."* 
.-ttiiatlon. All are from the Cnlted States 
and CunndH, and most of them are from 
uttorneys. but one or two are enclosed in 
diilrity 8C|uarp-MV'v*t<ipe8 and addres.ied in 
distlnctlv feminine haiulwrltlng. , 

For tiie first time since her arrest. 
Miss Leneve asked today for something 
to rend. The jailer .""enl her a number 
of magazines. A fresh batch of mag- 
a7.1n<*s wR.s also sent to (jrlppen. who 
r< nils (unnivorotialy. 



Lumbermen Meet. 
\"ANCOUVER, Aug. 8.-— A score of 
Coast mlllmen left here tonight to at- 
tend a Joint meeting with the mem- 
bers of the MnuaVfjin Mills association 
and thr lumbfT retatt^M-s *vf ^he prftl» 
rie provln«»<"s, to be held on Wednes-- 
day. Many Important questlone will 
b« conshlerefl, Th<5se Include the mat- 
ter of odd length's and prices. It W ex- 
pected that the '';5?".'**^2^,^ili} *•■?■ J?** 



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Shows That Uproar Over Al- 
leged Excessive Expendi- 
ture on Linden Avenue Re- 
Grade Without Basis 



ClV.\' , ICiigltieer Aajgus Sinllh .icored 
first Dioud ill his lauuu,i<,uh Uisi cri.U-s 
nn the. city council wbcn at la.si 
iiiKlifs meeting of tliHt body the al- 
legation that hy his chiuufe in the 
grade of the Ijjnden avejine roadway 
where aaplialt is :iow belriK luUl he 
lia.H uddcd to the cost of tht- work ti) 
till/ extent of s(>me J2,000 was shown 
ti) he ultotfC'thcr unfounded and that 
the iiicrea,sed cost of the change will 
] not amount to more than ii tow hun- | 
I Ui'iid dullai'S w'l)il« Hi ili«> 8Hnii^ tiiiiu I 
Ht — hettet^ poadAvn.v- -Hnd the error in | 
Kradi'. an error made last year, will | 
l)e corrected, 
■-'rhere wa.s a large aititul.mce al 
I the meetiiiK. many ralepa.Ncrw evi- 
dently evjiectiiiii lhi\t the reported 
j.ruiJture liei w-t-T-rr^— tlw engineer and 
.some uKuulierH of the council wiotild 
' lie atrerrin puhllc. The \lctory oC the 
I i-iiKineer wa.s greett'd with api)lause, 
I uhile. Kcrnvral laugliter foUoweil the 
I di.>H'oii'iTi"uire of thi^ critics wlm had 
j waxfd— wrathy over the $-,OiH) in- 
j creased charge when li wan .shown 
that any over-churge would "amount 
to $350. It wa.s shown that the bUist- 
liig out of the rock to reduce the 
grade Is about half done according tg 
the statement of the Worswlck Pav- 
ing Comii-any which Itas the contract 
I'or iiavlng, and Alderman Bunnermun. 
wlio__was_£lrst in criticizing the en- 
glneer'a action In ordering the reduc- 
tion In grade, was the one to admit 
tliut as much as $175 has already been 
spent on the work. The inference was 
therefore plain that .tl\e..'«vJlQle work 
would be ririished at the cosl'ui' i"3"ofr' 



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Mr. Bry_son's Resignation ■ 

• The affair»-of t4ie— engine&r^s 'Otflw> 
occupied -a large pari of the night's 
proceedings. First there came the 
resignation of G. H. Bri son, as.si.stant 
engineer, and in charge of the outside 
work. It was known that an effort 
woul3 be made to keep Mr. l.Hryson'a 
services for a month at least, jxndlng 
pie outcome of ! ■ i ■ - '\ .f 

the city engineer. 

.Mderman KuUerlon moved thai the 
resignation be accepted, but • .Mayor 
Morley suggested glclng Mr. Bryson 
a month's notice an he had on hand 
a large, amount of city work and the 
I it>- needed his ser\'lees for at least 
that time. Mr. Bryeon, the mayor 
said. wa.s willing to stay. 

Alderman Kiillerton believed Mr. 
Hr.\i<on wanted to get .iway at once. 

Alderman Sargisori's suggestion that 
the matter be left to the city engineer 
was adopted. 

Then the by-law . to amend the 
Duties of Municipal .Officers' by-law. 
wherebj- the cltj- englneet would be 
placed in supreme control of the en- 
gineering department, was given lis 
final reading and became law. TtK're- 
fore the engineer la absolute in lils 
own department. 

Hut within half an hour of the pas- 
sing of the by-law criticism was being 
Jevelled at the methods of the en- 
gineer and he was practically being 
told that his way of doing things was 
wr(jT»g for Mayor Morley had Intro- 
duced the matter of the change' of 
grade on Linden avenue. 

HLs Worship .stated that the VVors- 
w ick Paving Company was anxious 
to know what was Jo be done about 
the, change In the grade at the corner 
of ^'airfield road and Linden avenue, 
as Jj desired to proceed with the pav- 
ing work at once. 

City Mu»t Pay Excess. 

.AUh-rman Baimermati ,declared. that 
beciujsc of the change not called for 
in the specifications referred to in 
the bylaw authorizing the .street irn- 
proveme.nt the cost of makiiig the 
{ change; could not be asue.ssed against 

|tl r e ' - o j yj i gl^ The elt4- would buv^. .to 

foot the 1)111. The work would.be re-, 
igarded by the .jpftving contractors as 
I e.xtrua as they }fad been forced to stop 
work until the grade changir- was made. 
I The grade should Jtevf^hefn changed 
I before the .^ contract ■^vas let. .The 
I water mains etc had been piH— In last 
I year and these would have to be low- 
j ered.. This would require the lila.sting 
lout of the .solid rock to the extent of 
I from two to two and one-half fr-et. 

.Mderman .^arglson, while admitting 
■ was .not an engineer. ga\;e it as liLs 
jiiiurtioii 'that the change' in grade as 
proj)o.sed would not reduce the height 
of the hill but Just part of the grade 
on the side, making the roadway even 
«teei)or than it woujd__j)e_^vlth the 
present grade. 

, fity Knglneer ."^mlth, who was pres- 
ent at the meeting, explained that last 
year the wrong grade was ma<le so 
that to permit the pavenient being laid 
on that grad(! would have resulted In 
a roadway three feet higher on one 
side than on the other at that par- 
ticular spot giving a seven per cent 
grade cro.ssways something that woiild 
ho a di.sgracp to any f^ngineoring de- 
))artment. 'rhe .specifications gave 
him the rlg;ht to at any time order 
changes In thy .\Vork and this changp 
waa -AbaoltJtely necessary. Ho be- 
lieved that imder the specifications 
such changes could lie made a charge 
on the local Improvement work. 

Alderman Bannerman declared the 
|)rnvlslon ill the specifications oi>ly 
gave the engineer control over the 
contractors, but as regards the whole 
local Impirovfinent work the change 
of grade should haVe heett-sho-wn on' 
the plana wJiLch, In all local linprove- 
nient works, are open to Inspection hy 
the ratepayers IntTe.sted and consti- 
tute part of the preliminary legal pro- 
ceedlnga. Any «ub.sei)U«'tit change.'* 
could not be.jCliaFg&d up against (he 
.i\vner^<- • ' 

Could 'Charge to Owners. 

Alderman I'Millerton thought other- 
wise. ' Often the esthnateii cost of a 
local improvement work was exceeded. 
'I'hi.s Vst'esa could he provided Lir l)i 
Ihe final aulhorl'/./itlon bylaw -.vhich 
u'oiild !4el fr»rlh Ihe exact co.st of the 
work and. fix Ihe, amount of the a.'!- 
.scq.srnents to Ite paid ,by the owners. 
'l"he objections made .oil thiv pdnt 
wert? Just t.Tlk. 

"If \ve dr)nl have a taiau who can 
laj;' a -iiropcr gr.'ide we had hellTT get 
<"me'^''"ft'rrf!fg^Tri"VT''XTiT?TfiTaii"TIniiTicrnifi 
tiul .Mderman l'"ul|er|Mii retorted, ihni 
Ihe r,'uilt.\' grade was iriade last year 
by Mr. Hryson long before the prcMeiit 
eiiglm^er arrived in the city and .\1- 
d'-rinan Baiuierman should t)la>; fall- 
and no| make Insinuation's afoln"<t the 
present engineer. If Linden avenue 
had been a local imr)rocemeut work 
undertaken h.y the city there woulil 
have been no troutde made, 

Alderman T-angley. amid applause, 
ad\'lscd the cmni II lo lea\'e a ques- 



tion of giich technicaj nature to the 
engineer and not set thMnpelvea Up as 
qualified to crttlcl*e that official. At 
lh«-.f4rB4--of- 4he' year the eouneH de- 
cided to giv« th« enfliieer .lull ^control 
and only within the past few minutes 
they had done so by H,mencttng the by- 
law, wla ling to his dutien. The. alder- 
man moved that the engineer's change 
ln_ grade be approved. 

To a (luostion Alderman Bunnei'uuin 
«tated that 1175 ha« Ivewn spent on the 
vyork of changing the grade so far. 

<Mty Knglneer Sntlth stated that he 
could not say off hand Just how much 
rock would have to be excav.Mted. The 
cotDpaiiy had , Informed him I hat It 
wouh' do Ihe work at cost and that one 
hair nf It has been (Uuie. 

When It dawned u|)on'^he audience, 
that half the work had been.. done ut 
a cost iif J175 n heart.vjmrst of laugh- 
ter follov.ed. The engineer stated that 
if these Ti-gures were correct he would 
doubtleHH 1„- able to complete the work 
for another Jl".'!. Where the estimate 
of $;i,ooo came from he cruild not s,a.\'. 

•Alderrriau Latigle.v's .suggestion to 
have the regrade work procee(ied with, 
was adiipied. 

Roundabout Methods. 
It has developed that at the seffrct 
meeting held... n 1-Yidav night when 
Ihe alleged shortcomings Of the city 
engliAvr were discussed the suggestion 
Wi<<< made thiii as it wouUl injiu-e the 
latter's professloiud reput,'iii<ui to pub- 
licly asked hini to resign he should be 
approached ii. put h, hla__r,eslgjiaUon 
as ifcolunlarily thus' saving his own 
face. In return be would be given a 
.year's .salary In advance. Now some of 
the aldermen are wondering why all ! 
this fuss over^ the' ratepa Vers beliTg 
forced to pay J:i,000 for the engineer's 
"mistake" when the ratepa.vers were to 
I be called upon to give up $:l,560 If the 
I engineer would meet the wishes of 
some of th#- board and appear to vol- 
untarily resign. , __J_ ' 

Statements are being freely made 
by employees of the engineering staff 
that Mr. Smith has not been given full 
support by some of his subordinates 
and that while, no direct opposition 
was made yet he did not secure that 
co-operation which he' was entitled to 
expect. The city engineer states that 
he does not believe he received any 
but the loyaf-srupp'Tt "f hls-siBataordl- 
nates. 




OF 
AliAN IIUM8ER 



Ward' Two// Representative's 
Intimation of His Desire to 
Resign Comes Gefore City 
Council— Not Yet Accepted 



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NO SIGN OF Ei 



TO DRY SPELL 



Present Stretch of Drought 
With One Uiiappreciable 
Exception, Second Longest 
In History of City 



since June 2i last, a peri i 

days, the rainfall in Victi>i<.< Mid 
vicinity has Hniounted to, ,01 Inches. 
V^xcludlng this precipitation, which Is 
practically of an unappreciable clrapuctpr 
the t>i'<went:spell of dry >*eatlv-'r Is the 
second longest In the meteorologicHl 
history of the, city during the last ai> 
years. And' there seems every Indica- 
tion frf the present conditions continu- 
ing for some time .longer. Mr. IC 
Bayftes Bee<l. head of the' local ineteoi- 
bloglcal department, states that the late 
Kununcr and autumn of the year will 
probably produce very warm weather^ 
The summer up to the present.. he con- 
siders lia^ not been warm, but there are 
signs that ■ivarm weather In at, hand. 

Previous spells of drought In Victoria 
and vicinity are as follows: 1872, .from 
June ."(0 to August 17. 49 daya: 1&74, 
from .lane 25 to A«igu8t '4, 41 days; 
IS73, June 22 to August 21. fiO dayi<; 
i889. from .)une ,10 to August IS, ,'in 
days; and 1*96, from June 18 to July :tl. 
4 4 days. 



The reRlgnnlion of Alderman Russ 
liumber, a.^ represcntath e of Ward 
two, came before the city council la-st 
night, it was laid over ■ for a week, 
ruder Ihc procedure a notice, of ino-- 
tton must be posted <'alllng for an 
election. This notice will be posted 
liid'ore niOvtMonda.v's mer'ting at which 
III'' necessars resolution to hold an 
election will be passed and then the 
resignation will b»i acce4Jte.d. The law 
c.'ills foi- an electi(Ui within ten <lays of 
"le .flf-'TpTance of a resignation and tu' 
ha\e ai'Cepted the resignation of Al-: 
dermaii lluiuber. iast iiigiu xvould have 
called for a longer iierlod before the 
election could take place.^ Ald erinau 
Number's resignation, ..acldresiiedlto the 
city clerk, was as follows:— 

Oear sir— I beg leave to tender mv 
resignation as Alderman, of Ward 2 
of the elly of Vl'.'torla, to take effect 
Immediately. My reasons for so doing 
are as foirovvS;::— 

During the term of office of ex- 
Ma.Nor Hall the Inclrvftrator was out of 
coiumlssioii and the elt.\' was at a loss 
for a place to burn refuse. At tlio re- 
quest of the then mayor and the cilv 
en.gineer I agreed to allow the cilv to 
bur4A.^Lhfit.v»^>itl --i^uae,..., iii..._jjiii, bd.L'k 
lields with th" iinrierstandlng that thc.\ 
were to deposit any siSViilus of clean 
eaflh on the site. Tltree weeks ago the 
corporation started to Improve Man- 
chestef'strfet, \Vhlch Is 2iiO yards from 
the brick licld and the .\ssistant Eri- 
glneer Br.\*a<m Hnformeil me that he 
might have to charge for this material, 
^nd a.s this was all clean brick mak- 
ing material I thoughtlessly .said I 
would pay forsam^. NOthlrigTurlher 
was thouglit about t-he matter until 
after Dinsilale and Malcolm, coptrac- 
-Irrrs.-who have been purchasing brick 
from the lluniber estate for the past 
twenty years,, were engaged to repair 
the cit,\' police station and the>- sent 
.1 team of their own to the brick Works 
.ind hauled 2,000 brick for said repairs. 
This brick was charged to the said 
contractors and I was unaw'fire " Tor 
"hat purpose they were purchased as 
the.\ are continually hauling brick 
from our yards for various' luilldlngR 
and Works being erected by them. 

liaving obtained legal advice In this 
matter-i have been advised to tender 
my resignation as alderman of Ward 
2 h.v reason of the f.icts )ieri'inibef,,,e 
set forth, as I ma-, t. . hnii ,i 1! •. Ii,,,e 
disqualified myself 

M V actions during the whole term 
• •; oftice as alderman have been 
straight forward and above iioard and 
no person regrets more than myself 
the ajiparent necesslt> for this.stet). 
UfSS HUMBER. 



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i>f inaleriaLs', ciit'and "t^'t--iairnrin'^"'eq"iTaJ t<i 
custom work at a vcrv nnicii lower price. 

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of 1913 developed as delegation after 
delegation to the present meeting ar- 
rived- l<os Angeles, Denver. New Or- 
le«n«,-A4ia-ntlG CJIty and Atlanta are 
seeking the honor. The I'allfornlans 
arrived on a special train, a nd- tQ._a:t-^ 
tract attention, to their invitation will 
distribute 2.000 boxes of oranges at a 
reception on Wednesday night: The 
great display feature of the conclave 
will . be seen tomorrow when the 
Ki»ghfs hold their parade. It is esti- 
mated that thirty thousand will be in 
line. 



PANACEA FOR ILLS OF 
ALL THE EARTH i 



LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 



Phone TJ 



P. O. Bo.x 353 



We can supply Just what you want Injumber, 
• teamed 8l«!<h, grain fir and the latest in front 
flush doors th' y are beautiful. 



eaan and doora. 
doors. Howard'* 



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Modest Expatriate Now in Se- 
attle Offers Invention to 
Local Canadian Club— the 
Consideration Small 








Government Receives Report 

■ Erom Superintendent Hus- 

sey Yesterdays-Proposed 

' Local Institution 



A report 
Kovf>rniTient 



has hee.n received hv the 
from Superintendent Hussey 
heartily approving the contemplated es- 
tablishment of a Juvenile court and de- 
tent-ion homft-at-^i^rkU.,an(l tt la. ex-, 
pocted that action wllj be taken by the 
flxeeutlve at an ea,rl,V|.date )ipon-44ve cli)'s 
appllcntlon In ■Rfs'lyChalf^ The provincial 
secrelary has also received the plans o'f 
victoria's^ propoHod new and thorounlily 
modern ioolailon hospital, together wltli 
a report thereoti by r)r. TTlgan. seerotar.v 
of the provincial health board, ,nnd It Is 
said that an, early answer may be looked 
for In connection with t)ie city's recmest 
for financial aid in -liiefislitblisiimeiii of 
the now hospital in question. Heports 
songlit from the cities of Ornnd T-'oiks 
and i'hacnix as to the proportional 
ntnount.s thai these two cltlc.s are pre- 
|)aied lo cotltlibutn toward the eslab- 
llshment of a first-clnss Isolation ho,<«- 
pliHl lo serye these Iwrt poptilatlon 
centres of the Boundary, hnve not yet 
cc.ime to'^hand, ahd meanwhile the Ititeii- 
tlona of the gwvernrnenl In this niatler 
are necessarily at a stand/>tiH. 



Alaska Geological Survey. 
.SEATTT-i;, Aug. S A. II. Brrtoks, ,,f 
the I'nlted .Mtate.s lieniogical Survey, 
sailed on the steamship .Mameda di- 
nlghf for \'alde7: and .Seward, where 
he will I'lversee (he wiu'k being dolie Viv 
survey parties In the Alaska coal 
Melds. ,\1r, Brooka has charge of the 
surve.NR In 
has SAveral 



tile ^^.Maska district, and 
Iiartles at wor)< there now. 

Advertise7n"tHE COrcJNIST 



.Modesty Is a marked characteristic 
I 'I the .American people — even of such 
of that great people who may claim 
Canadian origin, although maklnis their 
present homes ' to the south of the 
line. An Instance of this retiring char- 
acteristic presents itself in. a letter re- 
cently received by the . aetretaxy at 
the local t.'anadlan Club from a ig:en- 
nemanTty^- inventor ot tht^Taii: city i>f 
Seattle, which la perchance the In- 
dian- word fw fxmdeHtj'. The.— letter .in 
question was pehned Just after the 
visit of Col. ..De^iissn to. this city, and 
reads In' iiart as * foHows; "liaving 
yesterday evening read the speech de- 
livered .before your enterprising as- 
sociation by Col. Denlson. the writer 
was deeply interested in %vhat the 
speaker had to say with rcgnrd to 
Canada's attitude toward building'. 
aiding to build up, a great fleet. 

"Although under existing conditions 
the necf;ssity l.s obviously imperative, 
yet still the writer ha.s regarded the 
tardiness of the'Dominlon in taking ac- 
tion to aid Tn irrcTT<a-»ltig the Emjilro's 
fleet as a prescience of the prevailing 
spirit of the age close ahead of the 
present, when .a natloiVa fleet' can be 
put out of, -action in a few hours by 
aerial craft and appliances adapted to 
the occasion and conditions. 

"Few, If any, of the eneni.\ '-^ 111^0, 
need l.x' killed, since certain gas.ses can 
be used to make action for them Im- 
possible without taking life. 

"Belnfe a Canadian myself, I should 
regard the af-qulsitlon of such results 
iiy the Dominion as a glorious way 
for a Great Free Country and a di- 
vision of the World's Cirandost ritnplrc 
\h call a halt to all forms of national 
warfare. 

"Before the Wright brothers had 
mad(» known their first endeavors in 
aerial navigation, the writer had In- 
vented a plan fur- traversing the at^ 
mosphere which Is surely a long- wa.v 
In advance of any device so far brought 
Into action — one that will bear quite 
hea\'>' loads run against a strong 
wind, take (leople from a wreck at 
seu when the lifehntjfs cannot go out 
to them, and do other seemingly Im- 
pi:>.sslble thingf'. 

"It will take J.l.ono to constnn't u 
working model which will cHrr.\' three 
or four pa*>.enKers, .li' :..yo^ir ClUh. 'i\ 111 
raise all the money I will coino lo Vic- 
toria and construct n model enpable 
of carrying' 1,01)0 Ib.i. 'more or less, (,ir 
If yoii would rallier havo the people 
of the Htatefj I'artlcipHte lu this glori- 
ous undertaking, and will agree to and 
actuiiliy raise in Victoria and Van- 
cou\'er one-hfilf of the amount, I can 
Ihrough Ihe Influence ()f your example, 
raise the other $1,500 here in Seattle, 
hut would prefer that It should be an 
eye,.opener to the world that enteriirlse 
actiiall.v; exists in the Dor/ilnlon to an 
extent to pull the little Olohe on which 
we live out of the deeply Worn old 
ruts of selfish, unkind. Tint tn fift.S' 
bloodthlrsl.N . brutal warfare! 

"All nations will rejoice; the set time 
for action hns arrived for Peace on 
Earth. 

"Tours In Hope, 

"J. A. atockford." 



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REVENUE 



The Basis of AH Property 
Values 

The revenue a pvopcrty produces, or the revenue the 
property can litLJniatle to, produce, forms the basis of all prop- 
erty values. ( )f course there is a certain speculative value 
attachcK-io land in a growing town like X'ictoria. lUit there 
are tiniei; when speculating is not brisk, and in these (luiel 
times, the property owner who has a revenue comiiiL; in. i> 
fortunate indeed.; For coiT^ervatiNT st,-Hple iii\r-:nu m -., wc 
rccoiijmcnd the folIfMving. 

Close-In Revenue Producing 
Properties 

DOUGLAS STREET CORNER, clo^c in.'ooxijo, rents ,it 
.^^70 i,cr nil. mil. . ; i^22,500 

DOUGLAS STREET CORNER, .l...^ ,„, jo.xij,,. rcin> .^215 
per month clear. I'rice 5f531,006 

85x120- - I -c-- iii,-ni i>nc hlmk n'om 'Doiigl;i- \ci'\ 

ccnfral. I\cnt-;ii .^S.. per npMitli. Cricc' Jp8,500 

FORT STREET, clii,.,c in, fxDxi^o, refits at $So jicr nvuiih. 
Should bring in $100 lo .$1.25 next spring. Price ^15.000 



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h'uic 04.;, Office opdn evenings ■'^ to o p.m.. fm^ Trounce .-Vve. 



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Strangles Him8«lf. 
NEW Wi:.S'l'Ml.\STER, Aug.' S.— Ah 
Tong, a Chinaman arrested on Satur- 
day night for selling llriuor to Indians, 
committed suii'Ide fn the city jail yes- 
terday afternoon, luinglng hin\solf 
with a strip of canvass torn from his 
rrtarttrcss- The suicide was most de- 
lillerate: ' '-\fi Tnng had not made a 
runiilng .wiMse from the cihnas, but 
had merely tied it' In. the forni of a 
loop, shipped his head Into it, and 
Jumped off a stool. He .strangled to 
jlcath. The body was still warm 



when the jailer discovered It, but ef- 
forts, at resuseitntlon were fruitless, 
ihe Chinaman being a victim of some 
drug that left him with a jreatly 
weakened body. 



Gardah Suburbs. 
EONDOX. Aug. 8— Alex. UttleitOiV 
chairman of the Hampstead garden 
suburb trust, atate.s that Earl Orey 
I0I1I him he was hopeful of Introducing 
tht garden suburb moveinant tn Can- 
ada. 



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AboEinam 

M ."THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERa" 

The Carbonate of Soda 
which is its natural and chief constituent 

IS the sworn enemy 
of Gout, Rheumatism and Indigesti< 



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4^ICTOKI A miiT COLONIST 




THAT INSURE PERFECT REST 



A man cannoT^acpect to sleep "weU if-his Pyjamas arc un-- ~ 
comfortable. W* carry I'yjamas that are made for comfort, 
as well as appearencc. Made on lines that give absolute 
freedom.. Styles andqualiLics.to suit everyone. Tht patterns 
will please 



Lightvveight Cotton and Silkeen Pyjamas from. .... .$2.00 up 

Planner and Flannelette Pyjamas, froni $a.oo up^ 

Silk and Wool Pyjamas, from . . ■ : $4.00 up 

All Woo] Taffeta Pyjamas, from .$6.00 up 





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T. B. CITHBERTSON & CO.. Ltd. 

1 1 14 Government Street K. A. r.owen, Managm^; Director 



Mr. 0. S. Crockett, M. Pm 
Speaks of Trend of Political 
Opinions in' Canada and 
Prospects of Next Election 



paiiyln 
BrlJe. 



Seal Your Preserve Jars 
JWith^Earaffine 



Tlffhtlv seal vour Jams nnd Preserves and they'll Keep for years 
fresh an.i ip6d"as-the day you made them. For this there Is nothing 
to equal. 

Pure Refined Paraf f ine, per brick, - 25c2 

A product of petroiafm; perfectly clean and pure, tasteless, and ^ 
odorless. Air "proof; ^salerproof. and acid proof. Call here and let us 
show you h.nv eimi-io a thing It is tn keep Preserves by this method. 



CYRUS H. BOWES 



CH 



EMIST. 



t228-^-6k)vemment"»trc«t.- 



I,iil.'re.stinK viiiws on .ihi.' .iri,'."!! of p"- 
Hucul opinion.s in C^anadii ami doiluc- 
tiims from tlirnVas to proHpocls In the 
next ft:'dei'al elii'tlon tia. told iiy Mr. (;>. 
s>. Crockett, Coust-rvotive. member for 
York, Xuw Bnin.swick, who is now vi.stt- 
ing hfio, .ic<-in 10 Uxllcuttf tliiit the out- 
lo.ik for Mr. Boideii's" party was never 
brighter during the last fourteen years. 
Kven in tlu' tour of lift west on w'hjch 
t:Jr Wilfrid l.aurier Is at preBenl eii., | 
KUged. Mr, (■rniPkett.—S^'tiT) -is thornuEhtrl 
j in ^louch with Con.servatlvo politics 
I reads an atiffurynf;- success. ; 
! "The proniler'H tour," l\e' sayBr"ls not 
bi-inginK lUTylhlng' like iho results 
uhit'h were expected- from li. Wliilr :i 
certain portion of trie West may fii\nr 
Ihc cry for reciprocity with the United 
Slates 1 am certain, tiiat such a«policy 
will not be received' favorably in the 
Kast; "TiXthe' present time, when the 
spirit of ImperiHllHm is KHinin^ so much 
grouhd''ih~Canada, any attempt to brealc 
down the barriers between this country 
and the United States will be looked 
upon with suspicion. Many of ihi -se 
well-informed of the trend of pomlnlou 
government politics believe that Sir 
Wilfrid Laurler in hlg pol lciea la verp- 
tb'wards ihfTepentTeince.'^^ FFis 



numlJer of entries from Vancouver, 
Seattle and other outnide- points,, to 
say nothing of those which' wfil coW* 

from this city. - — . -^ ■ 

The exhlhlllon will be opened on the 
afternoon of Tueaday, September '^Ttli 
liy His iTonTJr.ttrcljlctrt.-filDV: becom- 
ing lilm will he Hon. Richard Mc- 
the i»riRKi'**r' and^ others. These 
honored guests wfll tae^escbrted by a 
guard of honor composed of drafts 
from the Military Cadets, Boy Scouts 
!ii»d Boy's Brigade. His Honor will be 
met at the gate by the president and 
oMioers of the association, escorted 
throuRh the buildings and thence* to 
the Kiand stand, where His Uonca- will 
peiform the formal, ceremon>- of pro- 
nuunclirsr the e^hlBrt'ton open. Short 
speeches will he delivered by the pres- 
Idwnt, Hon. Mr. McBrlde and the Min- 
ister of AKrlculture. • Jljs \V(U-ship 
Mavor Morley will respond. 




Gold Comes to America. 

i.ONU(.iN, Aug. 8, — America |)ur.- 
cluised- |:;,UO0,(iOi) out of thc'J3,i)00,OUO 
available ffold supply in the London 
market at a price of % cent below the 
last traiuiact.ion. The rest of the gold 
went to India and the coiulnei". 



SPECIAL PRIZES 






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I Models 17 and 19 

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McLaughlin Buicks 

I arc the Iritest in ^^lotor Car coiT^tnici ion. A>^ inv 
pr(iycnienl> arc macVc. so ilicy arc pui into :hc car, 
,' and pas.'^cd on to you at the .same fair .^r moderate 
price wliich characterizes McLaughlin lltiicks. For- 
speed, endurance and appearance they arc unequalled 
Let us demonstrate one fnr }"U. 



i)ii; towards infiepenuencc v rtis TOTivat 
httl -\rtriT^--riBisiTort^-r-bfttU):;ir- 
slon of parllauient vvas undoirhtedly a 
most unpopular measure throughout the 
country. Had there been an eleciloi 



Great Preparations for Event 

- to Take Place Tomorrow 

and Thursday — Formal 

Opening by Mrs, McBrid^""^ 



Hpeclal priz^jB-hayeJb. 
donated for the flbwer show by Mrs. 11 
P. Rithet and Mrs. Pemberton, tli-' 

country. rxau u.u.c uv=.. .... ^.<. former giving Jive dollars astlrst and 

on this issue it Is morally ccrttttft-tUaXUecond^ prize for the best bowl of mlxe.1 

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the Liberals 
front power. 



would have 
TJten there 



been swet+t 
is the enor- 



tlow o r B . — and the Istter tpii dnllara 



Western Motor and Supply Co,, Ltd. 

R. P. CLARK, Mgr. 
Phone 695. ;_ Broad Street. 



mous burden nfl the country consetvu«nt 
on the bulldlnK of the Grand Trunk Pa- 
cific which is costing ajcr isvicV as 
much as the original estimate. It is 
widely recognlaeU t,hat In ooBnectlon 
with this road there ims been . fraudu- 
lent cla-'isillrali',!'! 

In Other Separtmenta. 
In the undertakings .ii practically 
every department of tlu- ;^overBment tluj 
result has-been the same. It i-n diffi- 
cult to point out a single instance of 
national expenditure in which the peo- 
ple of Canada are getting value for their 
money. This cry alone, the-recojtl of 
extravagance extending over fourteen 
years, ••xtravaganc'e exaBgerate'd and 
ever incroafllng. will undoubtedly bave 
a rorisi<lerable bearing oh the progress 
of events in the next federal election, 
j "But." continued Mr. Crockett, "there 
1 Is still another element of partlculiti- 
'importance. ■ No election Is pf>88lble 
during the Txresent years Xext year the 
census will be taiien. _ Until ' this is 
over and subsequent to_ It a redistribu- 
tion bill passed ft is "hardly probablt; 
that Sir Wilfrid Laurler Vrill appeal to 
the country. As near as It is pnH.-^ilile 
to esMmatcyie ne»t alvctlon '*l)l tatce 
place about the beginning c 
that time the West will be f : 
by many more members than' it has at j 
present. Recent elections . ha.ve shown 
thal^the West in the nuiln !.« NtaunchlyJ 
Conserviitive, With a largely ■ Increased 
representation, with a Conservative or 



TOPIC OP THE OAY 



be usedsas special, prizes for anytblng 
of particular excellence which may be 
seen- among the entries. There are al- 
ready prizes for the best bowl of aweil 
peasi and for the_ best bowl of. any one 
o thur. Ho wer.. „ JliB. -_B.lUiells_ILr l.xejj_.. w i 1 1 
be for mixed flowtrs In One bowl, and 
will iilldw of~il«lng gypsophlla niul 
other decorative- Jlowers. Already tlicie 
are a great many entries for sweet »•■;!>' 
ahd the other ilowere, and doubt leas u 
number wHl take. advantage ofjJiiM lat 
est offer. '■ 

Owing to the fact that some tf.\liili 
tors have not understooa the regulu 
tlon In regard to entering. It has been 
decided to extend the llinc for feccdving 
entries until . tomorrow night. These 
should be sent, either by mail or per- 
aonally, to J. A. Bland. lOtS Richmond 
avenue. Anyone not having prize lisih 
can secure the same by tipplylng to Mi. 
Bland. It is also announced that ii'i 
entries will be received :«n the morning 
of the show. 

Never before in the history of . tht 
society hem thei-j& been a.s much Interest 
taken In the flower show as on this oc 
ca.slon. IVlany tie\y- exhibitors*, have eii- 
u^.red their rt«weriB and the attendance 
promises to double thiU of former years. 
Kveryorie is enthualaHtlc about the pros- 
iiects and great fthWlgs «re expocteil. 

The music at th*! show Is to be pro- 

vld^Tiliy the'nfflV Heglmeat orchestra 

and "TiTr each— irvenlng there wlU be a 

promenade concert. That tomorrow 

Kevenlng will be provided by ilrs. Jlc- 



representatlon, with a Conservative <>r- r-mre and thf following evening by Mrs 
ganixallon vastly superior to that which j D.Helmcken. Refreshments will b< 



"BLiACK O.^T" Is a topir nr, rvfryr.n fly's Itps to-day: TT18 tfl-plc tfl nerei 
••llowed to die out, but is being kindled hourly at new point*. As soon aa 
ccmver»a.tlon had turned, from the "Dogp of "War" ordered from England to 
start the cannon of the Ca/nadlan Na.v. :\lnng come* a cablegram 
announcing the arrival from England <^{ enough "BliACK CATS" to keep the 
CMwiaxJi^n naval officer* smoking. When the "Doga crt War" a^d "BLACK 
OATS" ret in action ther'^'wUl be "emokf In Canada." Tromlneht Canadians 
are now praising the made-'!n-England navy and at the same time "puffing 
up" "BLACK CAT" Cigarettes, the tobacco of which la also manufactured 
in England. . . • 

The expla.natlon of th" Instantamepu* auccess of BIjACK CAT Cigarette* 
In Caaiada la that Canadians are appreciating the opportunity of emoking a 
clr»r«tte, mAde from "bow to stern" of tobacco and no wwcetening matter. 

Guaranteed Absolutely Pure 



prevailed in jho last , 'federal ejection, 
with the East almoet solidly opposed to 
any reciprocity cry which ' may^ "It*" 
evolved by the Liberals I look to the 
next general election resultlttg In the 
retvirn to power o'f Mr, Bordetf and hlf* 
followers. Perhaps I am fatuous but 
I believe that the more Sir Wilfrid 
Ijaurier stumps the -country the better 
for the Conservative caiiee. The pres- 
ent f^ndeney in his policies- towards in- 
dependence must have the effect of an-- 
tagotilzing the Intense , loyalty of the 
country. . Any aft-ampt to aever'the ties 
v^'iiich exist between (,'anada and Oreat 
Rrltain will mean political su jade f or 
the preaent leader'^of the Liberal: J)arty, 
"The Conservatlvea were never In' better 

tlon, while t H'e ' tj'l h'Jrra'l«-.««<uw*d-t-be ■ bal— 
ance of power the popular vote broUe 
about even. In seven constltupnclea of 
Quebec, .Sir Wilfrid's ."itrongliold, the 
Liberal naajoritle.'; nveragrd only sev- 



J. V. llelmcken. Refreshments will be 
serveii throughout both diaya utider the 
direction of Mrs. Beaveni' 

That tl\ere will be a large attendance 
both at the opening tomorrow afternoon 
and throughout both day.s. goes without 
saying. Mrs. Richard McBrlde will de- 
clare the'. show ope^ at 3 p. m., but the 
doom will open an. hotir or more "levl- 
ous to .that. 



IHEtHIEF SCOUT'S" 
m. J VICTORIA 



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IiAuda this Province. 
- The present L« Mr. Crockett's; first 
v^lsit to Iho furthcKt west and as & re- 
sult of his tQiir._he has come to the 
unerjuU'ncal belief that British Columbia 
i s easily the greates t province Jji _^con - 
federation. In fTie "cities ~here'"TTe 'sVes 
signs of solidity absent among , those 
of the. prairie provinces, Kverything 
and everybody here he describes as 
wearing an air of prosperity. 

Mr. Crockett, who 1^ accompanied by 
tilt< wif'- 1h a gu.esb at the Empress ho- 



,-MAl,«..^.r^,i4«'f^ f 



Scout; IVlIl^s^^^P Pi'o- 
;^_gramme ■ of Reception for 



sir Robert. Baden-Powell 
Who Comes Thursday 



tel. 
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ave» on his return ,Kast to- 



Black Cat 



Cigarettes 





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FEATURE OF FAIR 



The proprti'iiiiie I"'"" ' "' -^li 

Rohert Badeh-Powell up to tuc present 
has been arranged as follows^ 

Thursdiiv 1 :!" p m,. Scouts assemble 
at Quebec and M.n/.les streets. 

2:30 p.. m.— Will, iirrlve from Vancou- 
ver. Onnrd of honor, ■'■>'> s;e,,,,is t<. ineft 
Sir n. Baden-Powell if 

Thursday .nl'ght. — 8; ^ 1 
meet Scout inasters at chti^it ciinrch 
catlied-r*l-: schoolroom. 

Satvirday.--" P- m.— Muster of Scouts 
in front of ColonJKt office, parading to 

Beacon HUl. < 

4 p, -in.— Oenei i.illzntlon 

Scouts at' Beacon H.W. i:.xhii ■ 
individual troops. 

.Sunday morlTlhg.— Church parade - 
frirewell. 



Special Effort Being Made Uj 
Make Exhibition's ■ Enter- 
tainment Side Pronounecd 
Success 



10 for 10 cents 



DINNEFORDS 



•Hie UnUeT»iil ll»m»dy for Acidity of tU 
Stomufh. HeKiarb') Heartburn, In(lif;eiitioV 
Si ju itruclatioaa, y JJiliotU * Afl«cUoi*,^ 



tke PliyitiBlM%- 

Cure for Clout, 1 

Rheumatic O.it 

«Bd OrayaL 

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liafett tnti moat 

ikntle Mrdlcine lor 

Infuntd, Children, 

l>elicaU Femtlei, 

Mid the 

A«hBeM 9i PregaaiicT- 




'fhat lliere Is ever.s m.ln .1 ;i ■.. l.nl 
thP UrltialL c;!.dumbia Agricultural ,h»- 
Hot'tatlon's" 1910 exhibition Is going to 
iMi-i-lie biggest yet was the opinion i^f 
members of llle udvlsory boat'd lifter 
llatenltig t^>— — reportn "from various 
s<uirres at -a meeting the other eve- 
ning. Hecrelary Sangster submitted a 
drnft of the entertainment programme 
which has been i>rnctlcally (•()mi)letort 
and It proved' that, whife there Won't 
be any horse rucea. there is to be ito 

lfl.pk +vf~ -means for en,1oyitieiit apart 

from 111'' reiiUv excellent dl.spltty In 
t-lve ,.var ioUs . U u lldisaftB,^ 

()n,'-(jtthe features, bevond" drmbt, 
will be th<» horse ,«!jow. -• Thlw Is to t.Tlce 
a (litTerent form tluin In tin- piiHt. The 
iifterrioV>n .•"essions Wjinl't be iiidoprs. 
They will tHil<e plji'co. In lOtiiiection 
with ri .«i4'riew nt' .••peciiil altr;i.ctliins, on 
the afternoon id' Thursday, Kriday and 
i^alurdav, the cnncludlng three days of 
the fiilr, i)n the evenings of ihl' same 
(lays .«hoiVs will lake place In the 
spacious building reserced for that 
piirposi' Socr>'t,nr\' S;m<Hlcr, it l-s nn- 
derstooO^ ba« the assurance of a larso 



As nearly aa poaslhle, tli-e- khi>v» pro 
gramme, ■which was di • " i i,i 

meetlnsf, of the Seoul ' ""1 

Hov Scout asHO.clatlon or iiu~ my ia-^t 
evening. >vin be ctirrled-out by that or- 
saulzatlon, for the rercptton-.- of the. 
.u1glnfttor,0f tbe rnovemenr Ih the Brit- 
ish <fmplre', >v ho will arrive In this city 
Thursda,\', Instead of FrlTlay, 'as pr?- 
vlouslv mentioned. A telegraiii. receiv- 
ed from the C hief ^P^ttt "trr'^-'ob IWI. 
conveyed ■tlfeTe-arrangemeht of the ar- 
rival.' ; • 

About sjxty Scours W.IU constitute tlie 
guard of honor, nthe Scouts being chosen 
b.y the Sc<n)t masters from their re- 
wi>TSCtlve companies, to meet the visitor, 
■The KciniTbf ass fyibd nnd ihe-bit^rs bnnil? 
Avill alt»») he Iri attendance. Seven sep- 
arate pn trals will be ^hb order of muster 
im iVo^vbarf whlleThC band lind huglcrs 
will be positioned facing the patrols. 
H«oui'Ma*t»r-W^AVUby,w.llLIj.aye ciuug*- 
of t!!e puai^d.' assisted by two asslHtflnt 
,y , . 111. c'li'i.jtjn bv liiin. 

At tTnion Club 
DiiTlrtg SlrBndim-Poweirs visit to the 
city It la likely that he will ho housed 
at the l!nlon.cLub, whore ho Is to he the 
K'lieHt of Ma'lor Ho'neage, of (Jliemainus. 
Althi'Uglv not offictany antionnced, it 
has been Huggfelted .tlw?- Sir Itoberl-wdll 
he ehlertdlneTl at btQ''^'''*""" '^>' The Ctm- 
«(\lan club at the Kmpr«»HS "■Out'tng his 
visit In, the city. - 




Garden Party 



We ..ilUislralc here .one qLAll^' .very 
handsome new (harden Party ' 'Dresses, 
showing I he new overTai)])ing- sl<irt. They 
arc handsomely embroidered and trim- 
med vvitlLiai:-c.^.iUKl come, in pink, bhie and 
white. ' 



Window Di.s-plays 



T wo Specials in 

Pa rasols and 

Ruches 



PARASOLSnnarkf.l to sell at $5.00, 
art' imw reduce^d to ^2.50. 1 he 
RUCHES, which arc iii.^jlcaLcd ilcL-^ 
and edged cliiffon ribbon with bows", 
lavc becii reduced from $375 
In $2.25. 



Cle 



Furn 



Sale 



1 |-A"'1'1( )N Ol- K1-; \[ 



ni-K WIIoLP: stock is a fine C' ) 
careful {iirninnc l)uvcr. Not the merely made to .scU vanciy, 1; 
vahie-for-the money kin<l. Every article reduced in price. Our 
|-nniitiire for _the. parlor, djningroom, bedroom, hall and kitrhi. 
c.l and best styles- ^t very low price-. ' "-n- ,u narautee. ( .,.„1. ,, 
funded." protect, v.ni al)s,.kufly. Country ord crs packet 



il tea 
stock 




ail' 



[•..\RC..-\1.\S for , the 
.substantial good- 
is large and includes 
m'l ;i elioicc of lat- 
Iire.'^ented or money re- 
frec. Free city delivery. 



PARLOR 
TABLE 

High Cradc .Mahogany 
Parlor Table, selected wood 
polish finish. Round .28-in. 
top. pedestal style base, 

beautiful, design. 

Clearance Price, $10,20 

Same Tablealso in golden 
and Earlv English finish. 
Cither Tables from $1.70 up. 



HANDSOME 
SIDEBOARDS 

.Imperial C'tMen (,)ak fin- 
ish. Britisli plate bevelled 
mirr.ir, ,14x24. Two draw- 
ers for cutlery, etc., with 
..^jarge cupboards beneath. 
'Top is 18x44. This is a real 
good bargain at the regular 
price. $17.00. 
Clearance Price, $13.60 
M.anv Hesigns in Stock. 




SMITH 

1420 Douglas St. 



& CHAMPION 

Near City Hall 



"The Better Value Store" 




ThurSasv evening, at_£hHst ,cMmrch '"Iss being giveaTrtTtt. inclusion of the 
;;:^rr^;;?^V;;^r^^::!tet;^Sh^r';Si l^ade wnrbe the ord.. for 
with the hono^t^d Chief Scotit 



This, of 
Will also be In the form 6+-*t- 
for the welfare of the future of 



course, 
lecture 
Victor :■,■..!, I ' . 

meat 

aaU^rday will be the *t"'\ ''"y ~;f ,"': 
the Scouts, for this Will be-their Initial 
inspection day. ' Uniforms -will T.e the 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



;7.i^-"for' all Scotrt«7-TOr( pai'oiTffWr-We- 
railed In front of the Olonlst office. 
Uroad .slreet. at. !l p. m., ^^iUh the buglers 

„nd "immriTr'-ariemTaTT5ier---March1ng 

through the main thbfougbfaros, the 
parade wUl come A" ^he _ "halt^' at th^ 
Hill V general Inspection will lake 
nlace at four p. m- l-oUowIng this, each 
roop will make a single exhlbltinu ac- 
cordlhg tiv the Hoy Scout rogulation.s. 
Tiiup far! each troop Will take part« as 
follows: 

A Trooi' ■■■•' ■ "' ''• ''.'','"' 
n Troop. — .Not yet decuiod. 

. JT? Trc^oj^— Telegraph. 

TT7i;;roop.-»'Ht reteber drill' 

■]•• Troop-— AUncklng drill 

- • t> T roop.— i'iiy aK-al d rU 1 

There will be no match past, the dl»- 



Sunday providing that .Sir Robert Is will- 
ing and a l.«o a„ general farewelT by th«, 
Rcovtts. This pun of the prograuinie, 
however, will. have to' be ascertained up- 
on the arrlvnl of the visitor. Hlr Uobert 
leaves for the Terminal city, it Is under- 
stood .St'inday at 2:iri p. m. 



AT PRAIWE FAIRS 



Provincial Fruit ' Exhibit is. M^kfng 
Rofnarkabyl Good Showing 



Xfitliing succeeds like muccSSg,*' tfttfl' 
the rei"u-ts Ihat continue 'Tircomo In at 
the Department of AgricultuE»...aB thay 
refer Ifi th^'^ success of British Colum- 
bia fruits at the pralrJe exhibltlona. 

The Brandon fair was at the last mo- 
ment able to provide space for ,tbe ex- 
l,lbtt from this provlncAi ami In levefy 
way the opp«ara'nc« of tHe ffult ther» 
wa.s most attn»otlve. 

In view of the TXjmlnlon fair beinti: 

held ncKt year at R«Kti>H, tU«. l>«part>^ 

ment of A|rrtou»ti»M. l»'t*irtJt»-'iyflM»;»IW 

i the' f orelo,olt, bo tmr •» p>ow^f pp«M* U> 

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concerned, and first .refusal of one of 
tlie besnocatlons at this exhibition has 
already been grent.'d to Mr. K. Bullock- 
Webster, the- Brltif^li I'olumbia coiniiiiH- 
sioner. 

^'"in connection with the exhibit at tlils 
year'.s Iteerlna show, the report from the 
fruit ' commisstoner to Mr. William lO, 
.Scott, the deputy ininlster, is most sutls- 
faclory. The attendance at the exhibi- 
tion was a record one. and great in ter- 
,.^t was evinced In the dlnplay made by 
ililH province on the gl-ounds.,,. The Brit- 
ish Columbia stand is . elated ^*o haii^e 
been thronged tlirougholtt.jjvwy ^•y Of 
'tiie ejchlbltlon. ^ ^ ,M&L, 

Saskatoon ' f (At", -W.^^^Slil.,, *»* htt* 
:from today un|tt-.,g z mmEissaimmmiim>m~ -. „ 
vous for iHfi 'AmiUm'WBlnKMKHBffmtt^ 

this vrefiK 

and. at Jt}Mt iuiii!! 
fruit wUl hAVfc • 
ana bfl certain t» ,._ 
Of everyone (Hlwn^ttHf 

^entlfttotfn'' jRotir'""" 

decided that ft« 
in the mvtnK?! 
ftt 10 pum.> r* 
i!ii.m. '••* 








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VICTOraA JOiiLY ooixaosT 



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A GREAT JOURNALIST. 



Vb* poloa}M pnattac u« VnbUalUii* 
.. lail-iaift BCoM St-. Tlotorl*. S. O. 



J. a. U. Matson. 



The Dai ty Colonist 

t>eilvfre<l by carrier at 60 cents par 
month, If paid In advance; 60 cenla per 
month If paid after the 10th of each 
month. Mailed, postpaid, to any part 
of Canada, except the city or auburban 
dlstrictB, which are covered by our car- 
riers, or the United Kingdom at the 
roUowing rates: 

One Year 15.00 

Six MouthB • 2.B0 

Three Months . i. 1.25 

X^ondob Of &c«, 90-93 Fleet Btreat. 



Tuesday, August 9, 1910. 



THE INNER HARBOR 

ComplKlnta constantly roiioh vis 

about the way the Inner harbor Is 

'^block^-b-^- ,£a^ts ^r boo ms, o f, loga. 



lu; biiiiilnion gi>vcrnment Is spends 
InK a K"0(1 cioiU of niom.-y Improving 
that part of the harbor, but it may 
as well j:uU„D-flLlll& dredge, ir tlir bar-.. 
bor is to be converted into ;i more 
holding pround fof logs. Wi' admit 
without the least arKumcnt that no 
ueedless-obstacles ought to bo iluowu 
in the way of the large and verji^.alu- 
ablc bvislncss being ctyriod on by~'tTiu 
saw mills; but there are other Inter- 
ests and other industries that have a 
right to %e considered. Talte 
Iruilding of iTiotur launches for ex- 
ample.. This Is a fine industry call 
ingro.rJilTgh-claas skill. It i.> -^ large 
and Important inrtiistir 



Harvey VT- Scott 1h de«*. . He-^wma 
easily the most prominent Journallat 
on the Paclflc - Coa»t of the United 
States. Indeed he may be ftald to hava 
been the ffreatest newspaper man 
"wSt of the' MlBslMlPPl. VOT nearly 
halt a century he was editor of the 
Oregonian." the great morning dally 
of Portland. Oregon, and largely Inter- 
ested in the ownerahlp. As a writer 
he was unusually forceful and clear. It 
was given to few men to express them- 
selves as clearly and forcofidly as he, 
and vet at the same^ time with such 
A\ entire npHi'm-e of bitterness. He 
was a vigorous, .disputant; and though 
a strong ReptihUcan. his, paper never 
was rabidly partlzan. He appealed to 
the reason of his f^aders and not to 
thotr prejudices; There were tlmerf 
vvben he approached as nearly an in-. 
depeudcJit treatment of public ques- 
tions as;any one could hope to attain. 
In this lay the great sectifit of the Ore- 
gonian's Influence." 

iMr. Scott was in his seventy-fourth 
year, and until shortly before his death 
he was vigorous, mentally and physi- 
cally as ever. He began to fail physi- 
-CH+ly-H-fte'F his return from the East In 
May last, but Ills mltul retained Its 
clearness. He went East again a few 
woelts ago for the purpose of undergo-. 
■riig"'an liperatlon, from the effe^ct. of 
which he did not r^oven In him tlie 
newspaper world has lost one of Its 
brightest ornaments. He leaves a long 
record of good work well done. 



agojn proportion aa.il ia greajter than 
aa. On the other h»nd^ w« have ii/ thl« 
province thei best Iron ores on the Pa 



cmc coast. When, the Western Steel 
Corporation began the establishment pf 
ita rylant. It Intended to rely chiefly 
upon British Columbia Iron ore. But it 
finds It cah buy Us ore and pig Iron 
away up the Yangtse river and deliver 
it at the smelter cheaper than It can 
mine or make them here, and hence 
while It Is using, some of our ore It Is 
only using half as much us It other- 
wise would, and whereas It Intended 
to n-uike pig Iron Here for export to 
its steel plant, It Is buying Its pig 
in Hangkow. The remonetlzatlon of 
slfver got a black .exe„.ln .Ahiorlcji be- 
cause' it w^s't'a"ken-up •chiefly by peo- 
ple- who Wfere more or less fanatics'; 
but it is beginning to look as if that 
were a case when certain things were 
kept from the wise and revealt^d uiito 
. babes. 



It is estimated that the late Census 
will show the ITntted States to have 
a pupulation of 90,000,000 people. 

,\n(l n"W a- flying machliw has liceii 
burned while iiri:he~arr. The aviators 
seem determined to run the whole 
gamut of chances as <iutckly a.s they 
can. 



- '\'lM.>S.t 



I 



THE sitV'feR 6TiJE5TlW'''xr~ 

MrT^Sloreton . Freweii Is the most 
the persistent champion of tlie remonetl- 
" zatlon of silver before the public today, 
and it .Is to be ..8aid_of_Jli^'^'"''- '^^ 
Is disinterested, because ha has not 
one oi-4.be^he slightest intention of making the 
issue a politicrtr"ojie .so^ far a.s he is 
personally coneerrietT His political 
sympathies are very stjongly with the 
Unionists, aiid. but he is not in politics 
are times wHen the whole channel is | anyway. HSa'-st-rongest plcaa--^ar 'slLvfir. 
Mocked, 'we are told that on Sunday are ba.ed on conditions ^>=;^^ "«^^ 
it was nearly impossible-to ge.t up as India a:, i .!,.. orient, an,l .1 argu 
far as the Point Kllice Bridge, ^:hat i mentsh,^ advances Jiav-^eu^ 
'with ihe sealing nrhooners and the 
booms of log.^ .\! !iii;li'. i'"' 'be 



reasons why it has been so large Is 
because the "Arm has been available 
for the use of such craft. It Is rapidly 
becoming unfit for that purpose. There 



General Booth announces that he 
lui.s made air arrangements for bis 
successor, but he add.s that l,ve ba» 
made-up his mind to live as long as 
he possibly can. .^ 

nr Ttn tii»rtHon- of the Ho.VftV Com ■ 



mlssian on Technical Kducatlon, has i 
expressed the opinion that hereafter | 
there will bo a general disposition to j 
establish Industrial establishments InJ, 
^mailer towns, other than in the cilia's. | 

"Today a four-day's, session of the 
InternaUonal Free Trade Congress 
will open in 'Antwerp. Nearly every 
country in Europe will be represented. 
"The Belgian government has given of- 
ticlal recognition to the"Congress, but 
otherwise it is to be made up of repre- 
sentatives of iino'fflclal bodies. Tli< 
< 'ongress la of continental origin. 



.slightest care is taken to mark these 
..,4bstTitction3 .to. navigation, and what 
,.i; . was a- 8af«--*nd--pieasajit pastime 
is now surrounded with danger. It 
funnot be nefes.«ary for the harbor to 



been 
met. from which it may ie Inferred 
that there is. -no answer to them_. In 
a recenr --ti,.).. i,, the Financial News_. 
-he^l*i :'' ^lic effect on the 

demonetization uf silver upon Ind'a: 

It cheap silver was merely- coupling 
up labor in China.-.to destroy many ol 
our chief wage-paying industrle.s— 



eat that 'cotton and. Steel and iron, jute ana 



glass and potte<-y. and leather— it 
might conceivably- ilnd advocates here, 
even today; but the closing of the 
mints in India in 1893, the tampering 
with the currency of 300.000.000 of our 
.wards— this comes within the accepted 
category of great historic ^-rimes, and, 
depend upon it. we .shall yet have to 
pay the penatty-fortbls crime, 1 here 



Mr. Asqulth's statement, liiai the 
British government "woidd welcome an 
Anglo-Cerman agreement in naval 
matters with joy," has cau.sed the Ber- 
liner Tageblatt t.. .-:i.\ 'tt!. .1 '\ v.n;ild 
be shared by an overwhelnming v nia- 
jorltvrof the German people." What, 
then, ' is the obstacle in the u ;i i>f 
such an agreement? 



I. 

wc Ho uoi \vi»li lo iui.'!-!"' in any. 
way with the exercTse~By tb- millmen 
(,. thf-ir reasonable rights; but we do 
ihinJi that the right.s .,f .dh, rs ought 
in some degree at le^i ^pect- 

I. < i 

Tu. i.Msition' we take Is that the, j.^, i„c y,..^-,..., „,..-- _ . 

„„..,„. >.r„„,., ,.„,.« ..e .«■ ,t *.< '; -.,r™^,usisr''n!;,.r:o, 

no more ■ ■•! logs "«■<•* 1'®""'"^° ceivably have succeeded. We vyere told 

in the ha. . nan c^an be, a<Scommo»l+jf^s9.;^rthat the great and foreseen fall 
dated there without interfering -with ■. in sliver would ^lose/down silver mnes 
n,e «.,..,.. >va>:; a„„ .ha, ,„ .-« Jo,.;.„. J.-^jl- '^-;S^Vi,«•i\t 
case the logs should bc-^o moored a8|^j^j^j ^^^^^^ ^^ £^j. rupee, (IGd.). But 
t > keep thojn In one place, and not beiw-hat was even thenfa scandatoils ex- 

rllowod io swing backvvard and for-ip.erlment »" «"^^^fJf„Virht,nSn%&f- 

.' . ._...•! piinip a mere expe-rlment in nunian »ui 

ward with the tide. He «»«« P"8ht to^om^^^a mere^t,^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^^ 

insist that th« booms should be niark-l,.^ j.^ ^^^.^ evidence before the-N'atlonal 
cd with proper lights. JVVe are told I m onetarj- Commission -at Washington 

that t^. C.a,„ ,. ™.ae ,hat a, .«.» ! ^''^V.^-'SS' '^^^^ "t In'.'S 
are- not brotight into th9 harbor in '.^^^^.,^^^1^^ ^^^ national honor; nor 
rafts but in bounis.'and aa the law | j„ it possible to an.Wer these Questions. 
does not specify that booms shall beil propose to put oil one ^'^^^ ^^e Jact 
uoea noi B|.>t.v.ij^ ^„ that at each recurrence of. famine 

lishted, the Harbor Master -.has "«, [J'^^g^'l^J^y^Jon thotasands d.. of .star- 
Jurisdiction to order lights to »»!>"' I vatlon who would live W they could 
..n them. We decline to take ■ any I convert.' at tbe nearest mint, their sil- 
ver ornaments into the rupees with 
which to buy food. I pn.ss by the irre- 
futable evidence as to this, and 1 come 
to Ike-JUiestlon. of the iii"r«- !"•• of the 
l)urden of every debt. > 

'India, all authorities ai;n,H, !» the 
most indebted commiinjty in the world, 
comparing, niortgage 'and asset. What 
d(jes the closin g 'of the mint to Sllvc'r 
'mean to the ryot in debt to the iTocul 



. Over In Seattle they have been try- I 
ing' the experience of mixing ui. ; 
preachirigvvlth dancing. They bitgan ' 
with a two-step';' then came the ser- 
mon; at the close of the sermon all j 
those present " Joined in the Lord's ■ 
Prayer. andVtho dancing was resumed. 
Now do not ibe In too great a hurry to ] 
say that this was wrong, although it 
may be granted ,^af it "n-* •i"cidedly 

unusual. 



stock in this distincti.on. One of the 
dictionary deflnltlbns of the word raft 
is that It Ja ir'collection of logs tlMit 
oV)stn.K-t8 navigation, anr/tlier is that it 
lection Of lofs lastened to- 
>,f..a,.,.r I -V "V r.-rr-"'- "f '-■'nveyanee 
by wat. - •. "l* ;«on- 



nected timbers. Tl|at is to ^ -^ ;;:^^;^ j^^eif^a tnan-hrur^mortgafe 
is called a boom ot Iokh Ih a r.ui "M^^f j„q sovereigns, he can pay It off 
logs fastened togetb- r i> ^'^ i with- any 26 ounces of gold. Suppose 

^««;tern rivers the logs ar- Kept . to- iwc. clx)8ed our mints and every mort- 
tastern rivers ine ub. i „(„,,_„ .^^^ nf,w obliged to pay 50 ounces 

trnnsportation_ not ' by/|^';«Jjn„";tL^of%5--^^^^^^^ then? 
...1 ;, round the outside, j^.^ja^ny ryot who owed 100 rupe 



Sir Wilfrid Laurler. says that Im- if< 

not aaiiafled witli his visit in the 

West, beca^use it is too short. And he 
has not yet' seen Victoria. W'hen he 
does, he will think he ought to come 
West and K'l'isv nn wltli the country. 
Just • ,. Ill' ■• . 1 -.^ ,iin tO--Jlva 
where It i.s >(i\ niontiis winter and six 
months late In the fall, when he can 
come out here, fs one of the unsolved 
Ouestions of the present day. 

.\nd now we. are told that the Turks 
want Abdul Hamld back mi iIh.- 
throne. The mistake the presfnt Sul- i 
tan made was in not following the ex- | 
ample of his predecess.-r-'- They took 
no chances of reaction, and more orj 
less gracefully adopted the tiecessary i 
precautions to sec that deposed, stil- ; 
t-..ti>j were .safely laid away in the 
The old fashions have h. i! 
t.dvantages. I 



for 



get her 

coll' . 

but by cr<its pieces, lloating logs un- 

lastened lying between those thus 

lastened together. The Harbor 

Master would be within his rluhls in 

Insisting that these "so-caU 

iTe rafts within the meanuig ot mi 



In 
pees 
cmiid.'^wi'th" "mints open, liquidate his 
debt with ariv lOO tolas of silver, while 
today, with mints closed, he must bring 
in abriut 160 tolas, and to make this 
silver still dearer the Indian govern- 
ment has recently greatly- Increased 
the Import duly. No other government 



iTe rafts within the meanuig o, ^ » | -^ ^y,";';;' either clvUized dr barbaric, 
law, and putting the onus upon "16,^^^^ ever' Imjjosed a duty on either of 

.,_. vv.-., — „ ^^^ world's money 'mi^als— 'it her on 



owners of them to show that they are 
not. Our view of the casR la that 
there L-r lilenty'of roonvttp hold all the 
Jog. ;nlllmen oould reaaona- 

V.ly atK without interfering in any way 
vlth the use of the Infter ML^^or and 
I \ T Other purposes; but bet- 

ter <;ue ,rm»t--l)e taken than now is in 
evidence to secure; SttCh a reuuH. 



THE FLOWER SHOW. 



, ,,, \\ . ijieBiJiay next the annual show 

«.f the Victoria. Horticultural Society 

will be held In the Orill'hall. it will 

be continued ov.r Ihurtwla.y. Thcso 

shows are one of • the f eature* of Vlc- 

■torla. and vve- have no doubt that It 

v.ill receive that patronage yi'hich such 

jRn excellent Junction -dest^fves; Wc 

liave on former^occasIbnarVefelrpd'to 

the public-spirited work done by thjs 

soclety.^aTTd'TirT^Tt-^fmi^ly l^e hc'cessary 

to add anything on that score. This 

reference is intended to bo more of a 

reminder than anything el se, f or very 

many people, often forgei thai these 

- •^xhibitimish are tVv be lu'ld 

The' society depends for its.inaln- 
leharice wholly upon public patronage, 
ilie l6>giHlature'havlng witlidrawh any 
jiMsistance from'what after nil l.t hard- 
ly an otganizailoii Hint could in-op- 
orly n.-U for n continued public grant 
after it bad once itot iip.OLU.JLla_.JL!iiit., 
All the work dunt: on behalf of the SQ-; 
rletv Is hotirrpffry. and it is-alwaya well 
done. We commend the exhibition to 
the public. IMowers piny such a prom- 
inent part in the daily life' of Vlcioria 
jjeople, that everytliing that can bo 
done to oncpurage an interest In thefr 
growth ought to be done. 



gold or silver. 

The question of silver must-be finally 
taken in hand. That the exrhango 
metal ■'of ROO.000,000 -of Asiatics can 
continue to rely for its value on the 
accld'ent of a fortnight's monsoon rain 
evidenced rtn lgr)orani,'e and l^yity dte-. 
creditable to our western civilization. 
These atatetn^hta are exceedingly 
Serious. Many o^ the leading flnanfelers 
of England denounced the closing of 
the i.wii .;, mints at the time the act 
w,-i I p; a grave; eri*>r and as -cea-if 

tain to i-tfsult ln«»aitcr.'The mySterle.s 
oir finance are past finding out by t he 
maa 'on the atretet," but if .seems more 
than Tnscrutable why_lhe_lndlan -gov- 
ernment should have_jTT«)o®Bd a duty 
on silver, -4«mwW-Hp6srtccUy well that 
Its possession Is so Vital to tiie wel- 
f are'bl'thfe iitiuplu t i f the bo atitry. The 



Wo commented a few days ago with j 
dissent upon a Londnn t<^legram which ] 
said that there wei i -a f elatiotis 

betwwm- the King ..ioi the Queen 
Mother, and gave the' iatter's prolong- 
ed occupation of Buckingham Palace 
as ijroof of it. The custom has been i 
foi • • eupantB for to vacate the i 
Pala. e iiniiiedlatety after a sovereign's i 
funeral; but it appears, in th6 present | 
case that the Queen Mother remained j 
Irt tiossesslon at the express, wish of 
tlie King, who asked her to consult 
her own convenience as to the time of 
her departure. Thu?. is another si..n 
dal nipped In. the bud.. 



wbolc matter Is InvoU-xnJ In a most ex- 
traordinary war. We showed not long 
ago that the demcHi6tlzfl.tLon of the 
white metal has decreased the T>ur- 
chaslng power of tbe Chinese so far 
as foreign goods arc oonf*erned, and 
enabled those people to compote very 
suocoBBfUlly with the mamrfacttrrerfl- 
o£ Ih.e 0(''cldent. This comes very close- 
ly home to the i),eople of this coast. 
Three years ago British Columbia luni- 
ber In Sh.^ngh^l nf_l3p_^_;^tliouaami 
could be bought there for 33 taels;, now 
owlii'g to the dopreclnitlon In stiver it 
tiikes «'jtteia" to fiay for It at the 
aamo price lli g^l.d. H the .vagos of 
the Chinamen has advanced propor- 
tionately thl.'< would make no dliTer- 
ence, loii they have not ;ind conse- 
ouently hiK purchasing power of onr 
1 lumber Is less than It, was three years 



The good folk of Paris v^ant to 
abolish- handshaking, "They do not 
say what they propose to substitute. 
Our Parisian friends are accustomed 
betimes to salute each other with 
kipseft and while it is not Impossible 
to conceive .Bonie cases where this 
rrilght not tie as olVJcctlonable as Ihi 
oiKei;^, it has its dangl-ra. Thcr. la' 
an_old song that says; ^ 

"Ho%v I I slly things go wrong, I 
A Blgii too, much, or a klss' top long, I 
And the world is never 'tfifiuaauiej 
again." - I 

• So we view with some apprchcn.^i'm . 
just what ilie p.-opie in the fountain 
■heaO of fashion iiropcse to s'l-'atitute 
for the grasp of the hand. 

.\ somewhat .surprising demnxid ; 
comes from li responBlble German 
.newspaper-to the effect that the Unit- 
ed States should be given x notice to 
4t«ep-.J.ta...iiiLnda-o,ft .Liberia. It is not 
very easy to see what specntl-business 
It is of Germany what the United 
States does In respect to Uberla. This 
colon V, founded by negroes fr.nn Ibe 
United Stales, lies between Hritisli 
'ati^r French territory and Germaiiy 
can have no territorial interest In Us 
affairs. .Vs a government it has hot 
proved much of a •t>-uct''««H, but surely 
if there Is any nation" in the woild 
wnich ought to hnv.e something to say 
about it it is the United HtHtes, which 
is its Mother Country. The son of 
talk that <'<imes from tJermany la one 
of the things that follow from the un- 
accustomed po:^8esHlon of growing sea- 
powor. 



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home and tMmp. ' • ' 



PFOPI.l': buy bargain, refrigerators who would not buy bargain 
Uanos-=yet the refrigerator is far tkrmore important of Ujetwo^ 
A noor Didn5 can do no more than ofTcnd your ears. A poor re- 
wJcritor may uffect tl.c l.c.lth of tl>e entire liousehold. Odors and .no.stufe 
.ccum te i^ it. foods spoilquicldy. You cannot -afford to buy an ordinary 
reSgenlt. l! ->lmost^as cheap i„ the beginning-and it is a good d.al cheapefc 
in the long run— to have one of the ^'^^^'-^^^'^ ^__ .__'_.-._: ^ - 



CAMP FTJRNI- 

TURE, 
FOLDING KIND 

-F(:)l(:ling camp furniture, 



RAY 

Refrigerai^I* 



-the refrigerators with the patented construction that insures a constant circula- 
fonof IrX <iry air to every ^^^T^^t^^^^^^^t^^^^ 

:t,oncs, in the Congressional Library, on battleships. 1 hat .s 
why it is used in most of the excluse clubs and fine residences 
throughout the country.--. That is why it is the refrigerator ,.u 
should have in your home. 

vv. r..rrv McCrav Refrigerators in .i variety of sizes to -meet every 
We carry Mci.ray x^el^K':■»' ,,atpnted McCray coiistruc- 

requircmcnt-and fit every riirsc. -''''.'•='%'''" ''^/-f"-.^ ^^ ^^^ {{ you call. 

tion. Wiil gl'Ullv cxttfciia its nviny points of ^upenoniy to you you cai 




TT if f^^ ?trono;ly built, is 
desirable. Ta kes-Jl firfeafc 
little room in the camp. 
ami is ca.sily "packed" be- 
cause it is light and com- 
pact. 

We siinw the famous 
Cold .Medal Camp Furni- 
ture and have a goodly 
-upplx of- stools, chairs, 
lied>, tables, etc. ,, Come 
111 and see .the very, best 
camp furniture made any- 
wTTcre. - 



N 



() Sale this month, 
evtTv nil iiiiii- 



lull wc 



of'-;er the economizer best values- 



ICE CREAM FREEZERS FROM ^2.75 

The Lit^htning I'lee^.r make. l,ohi^ work of. ice-cream 
making. Tnrnseasjrrireezcs quickly,- is economical cm tee 
and makes tlie most delicious ice-cream.. 

Make -vour own ice-cream and be sui^c <.i ihc qiiaht> - 
(^.lod p^ae'ice-cream is a food, antl a healthy food Cm H' 
m and g«fone.ol ih- 1 ..htning Frec.crs. All stzcs. 
Trices start at 5^2.75. ' 



SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS 



.Keep the flie.s out of ih< 



and much o£ your Sum- 



mer jwprry disappears. Get St. me of "^i" screen Jtjofs and 
window^cfeensand keep thes?- •"'i""'!"'^'" ncr^t:: out Ol tJae 



111 line 



Window Screens, adjustable, from 



25<> 



BAMBOO PORCH 
SHADES FROM $1 

These porch <rroen^ arc 
mad€-4rom split ba.m boo and 
are finished either natural or 
in green.. They'll pn-tert 
you from th^ strong ray- -/t 
the sun, yet allow a plentiful „ 
supply of ligbtaud fr^s h a ir . 
They are ideal for The porch 
or camn. Many sizes, with 
price- ' :!ic; .as !' - 

st.oo 



SUMMER MATTINGS AND RUGS 




FlotSr coverni" 
neccssarv. The - 



(le-!!:i; 



,.\,.|i 11 nut alisi'huoiy 
; 1 -ecure some. We 



have -nu daintv pattern, in China and Japan niatniii;.. 
price! ■'. ' 1 ' • .'-■"■ -'•** 



Ragslyle l\iv.:- 



ir the Siilin 



.',,..-, :<■' iM. pillar SumnuM--fleH>r covering 

jt.i'M-. t.'.Miie and 'See our assortment. 



HAMMOCKSv^P 
FROM $1.50 . 

Couch I-Iamniocks gro%y 
more popular eafh seas.on. 
\\c a 1 ways. ca.|ry a lai^ge and 
exclusive liheV arid 'jppi<j<§ are 
so moderatetlialrrtcroTte^tteed 
lia\r an' incompletely"^ fur- 
111 -hed porch. 



_ REED AND LINEN FIBRE CHAIRS 

First and mremost on the list is the -magnificent dis- 
play of these delightful vSummer chairs. -Nothing more 
comfortable or more attractive than these new designs m 
reed and linen fibre chairs. We have jit^' received another 

,,^ .Inpnimi, .uvl offer . an excellent x.in.. " - ideasing 
styles. Direct imi)ortations. enable us to .,n''. n.^nt prices. 



■^ce 



\rh:n V.e "ffer in chairs or rockers frcni $ 1.50, 




TOILET 
SETS 

rim-^nallN- wide 
ranc^e. bc^innini; 
u'p t T o in 5-^')iece^ 
^rt>, $2.00, and 
lo-piccc sets at 
?2.75. 



YOUR WIFE. 

lias she seen 
the "Hoosier Kit- 
eheii Cabinet"? If 
net, ask her t'> 
...drxjp-ln and see 
the greatest kit- 
clien labor-sa\ing 
device, ever in- 
vcntt'd. 



send for a Copy of Our Big 
Catalogue 




0OOSIER>SEEdflI/ 



Use the 

Ladles* ResI 

Room 




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JiistTry 

Shoppitig by 

Mall 



jBiiMMBaBMBagga aeaaaaaeaB 



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ifcti3.-..>-i«-iiS^;ii»i5feafi»^ 



iy i | y iiril |i l » l liqjjf y ii igll^^ 



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Tuwday, AuflUit 9, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLOjgST 



If It's From the 



Pianp 



Montelius 
House 

It's a Good One 
The Kranich & -IBach, 
Broadwood, Bell, Haines 
Brps. and Chickering Pianos 
grace the studios and par- 
lors <*f the leading piano 
connoisseurs of every civil- 
ized nation. 

Any )f the above names ' 
on the fall i)oar4 of >our 
piano is n')l inily a Guaran- 
tee of its Intrinsic yalue 
u hcrover^:ypu iT^ay go, l>nt. 
riihanL-c5 your taste ami 
jiulgment in the estimation 
of your Iriends. 

Sold Only by 

MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1104 Government St'-eet 
I'.Mii./i- i'lirl 'i"<'h 44 

^-B. P. GREENE 
Manager Victoria House 



SOCIAL ANDJPERSONAL 

Dr. II. a. Nelson has loft N'ictoila 
for H fortnlght'B holldaS." 



Mr, and tlVo Misses Hall aro visitors 
in -fown Tfom ttieold coantry.-' ">-•■■; 

-..w..-.- . '• ' * •; llon;;\V. .1. Bowaor relumed 

Ml8s"5." Ro*>Prl.'5ori, nt V'nhcoiivijr, is, ti,e inalnlancl yostefdaj 
visiting in- Victoria.. ' - . . 



Mr!'. Tliprrlaiilt, formerly, of this 
fltv, but now iif Wfatllo, Is tin- gufst 
i>r Mrs. J. Ituhcrls. John.soh street, 'fur I 
ii fcvv'cla>s. 



Mr. Percy Lindsay, nt Vnn<-ouver, 
waa In the city Sunday. 



from 



Mrs. 



A. S. Mijnn>, of Viincouvcr, 
fiw (lays in to\Cn last Avoek. 



Mr. 1/ 10. Nt'wU"! \voill <is(,'r lo \'iiu- 
caiiver/last ulghbun the .(.."Harnun-. 

J. It. Klla loft lasi night on ii. busi-. 
ticsti trip to Vancouver. 

■— ;■- ;..,-. «' - SI . ifi.'- 

Miss WlUslVft on SundHV for a va;-..- 
cntinn tn bakwidv h^m-T. <\.wn;hanw. • - 

'"■"- » »■'.-. 

Mr. l)onald.son. rcturneil i" Tender 
I.slamI y^-stcrday mornlim. 

m •* •-* 

.\lis. KnorUtM- and MiissAI. Camii- 
boU, iroin Si. Leonanln, Kiisland, are 
recMit arrivals In Vut'ni.i. 



Mr. r. K. Winch, nojv of l,ad.\ smith, ■ 
is revlsliing: old Yictoria -friends. 

.Mr. n. «.•. Aiyles Is visllinB friends 
at hadysniiih. 



old Iriends 



,, Mr. 1.':.!. . I'.in ■. , 
.^pendinv; . Ins . Ih.jlida> 
Ills parents. 



I ri'in I 11 t.-iw ;i. 1.1; 
>.\\\ \'Hluriu Willi 



Ta.vior, 
end in 



frr.ni 
lowii, 



Mr', aii'l Mr.- 1' M. 
StHttle, .•il*i:iiL llie \veeji 
guests at the KmvJreas. , . ; 

Ml . .-^niithland, Sutts, is enjoying a 
\i-n ,u Victoria, having arri\c<l in! 

I,,, Ml ir.'ni Spokane lust wt'vli 

» ♦ • 

- Dr and .Mrs. II. i:. I'a'd and Mr. J. 
^. -.4^^a^ii^uui-^KurL__.\\illiani, are 
.spending a few .daya^at the Ennpress . 

Mi- Herbert Clark, of Vancouver, 
l,a< arrived In town, and vvllf spend 
-. nu time here visiting friends. 
. . . ,-,v , 

Mr Thomas Hooper left la8t^nisht 
on the < •iKirnur nn a business trip to 

\^lnc<M;^ 11 . 

, . . _ 

.Mi.ss .Ma\ide .Nas.'ti returned home 
from a month's visit In Vancouver on 
the t'hartner SutiUay -evening. 



. Mh ]■:. ICxton is /vlsltlnK 
at. Armstfohg. ' j 

* « .♦ \ 

Premier MeBrldo wiir return thi.«i| 
-ftO.evnoon from a week's visit tV> the. 
••pfTSvrnctai matnrantf.•'• 
:• • ■ • '*-- *■-■■, 1 

iinii. |'\ 1.. Carter-Cotton came over; 
frr.in Vancouver ye.stPrday to attend i 
tills t'.tttirnoi n's cabinet cuunril. I 

■ , .. . ', * » » 

, "Mr.s, D. .\lclnnes has letL. for Mid-. 
da\- ^'all♦'\, \\here she will spend the' 

:-'iiiimfr. : 

*■ * « 

Jvlrj K. U. S. Hcholefield, iirovincial 
Utiiarlan', returns from a visit to the, 

II." ■ inland t'ldii > . 

.\ir. and .Mrs. .\. Hoslocli ami famil>^ 
ar<' spending a brief holiday at Cum-| 

• • * 

.Ml-. J. L). Ui llis h as been spending 
ihi- iiast" few Jays With > frlend.s at 
Liadysmlth and I'lirmalnus. — 



GIRLS' PRINT PTIS'AFORKS. (<;!.. rtU 
(;iKLS' POPLIN COTTOX DRESSHS. 

$4.-;5 lor ......'..... 

.S' LUSTRE CpSTUMi:s. Ckh an.i 



Refill 




Children 




ON SALE, TODAY 



l\ct;-iil;n 



r,()c. for 40<^ 

<cuuiar, .1^2.50 for . .' $1.50 

, $3.25 



•» — ■ > % • i —r— r-1 



Skirl 



MISSES" 



Mr. Roljert S. L>ay has returned: 
froni-arAmelness trip up the line' of, 
the 1;.. & N. i 




Curls, Puffs, Braids aud 
TranslonnationB In all — 
Styles at 



MRS. KOSCHE-S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 
'Phone 1175 Douglas St. 



.Mr. K. Smith, of the well know« 
RerirlifTr -mtncs. tUeviW ^ I s a v isi tor 
ill the city on business. 

*. • • 



Miss Gould, of the Allctoria teaching 
.«tafr, is visiting friends 'in Vancou- 
ver.. — ■ . ^ -..^-. .. ^ 



Nurse Thoiiip.-.vii. 
spending the week 
thiu city. 

' Mr. Wu.iaiii i;eek 
& Co., Is making 
throitgh the i.sland. 



uf. I.^idy.snulii, is 
-w4tli friends In j 



, of !•;. ii. .M.:r\ in 
a vacation iiiii 



\\.VS1I COSTUMES, culdiol A^Ipi-. I 



)rills aihl I 'I'plin-. 



;( I. 



>^.v3*'. 



I < 1 r 



it> spending .a ftw . 
Hal. 






.\lrt. .\\ ■ :■ w :.'.: i.-*""leaving this 
week on a visit to her huaband'e rela- 
tives at Merritt. 

• ♦ dr 

Ml-. ■WiHlara~Schmoik, who has baen 



ss 

Re.gulai 

Rc^^iilai 

Rej^tilar, $4.40,_ for • 

Reg;tilar, '$5.00, ftn- ..... ..^ .. 

GIRiTS^-KILTED SERGE SK I RTS, cream, navy 

Rejrular, $2.50 and $3.00, for 

nOYS' GALAT i:.\ W ASH DRICSSES, ReiriiIar.^-$±t00- • 

CHILDREN'S LUSTRE COATS.-- Rcg:ular^$^r50, tor 

CHILDREN'S WASH COATS, cotton. , Ilc-nlar. $1.45, for 



$3.00 



..$1.75 

..$2.50 

$3.25 

..$ 



3.50 



aiiti rri 



ed 



paying a business visit to^th*- capital, 

MlM Phx-ntfl B^iSirti6KTBiat-7*«urn=^ rcturnea to Merrttt. - - -— 1 
Lxu A^^nnorriafteiP** inoi 



Mrs. Vlddler.. 



ladnjtJJij' vlBlt to 



OCTP— . wm 1 I I r^iwpwiMn 



-T H E- 



Real Lace Shop 

Honiton lace, aS supplied to 
H. M. The Queen Mother. 



. Majbr^Sirachati and Mt. X^. r»t J|4«^, 
donald iTave gone to Catnpbe U rtver pn 
a liahlng' e.xpeditloS;"' f ^^"^ ^ 



1214 Broad St. 



Madame Russell 

.SHAMPOOING AND 
MANICURING 



at!. I all kin. Is' -•!" Uair 



irl; nia<J« ■ t*> 



715 COTTRTEKAY ST.. PHONE ISM. 



I ''1! inc:!^ 
..\ .Mii-ii 



MR. J- D. A^TRIPP 

.;■!>■ ,.!• 1!,.' Toronto i -i.n.^.'rvatory 



1 >ii . t 
niB 
\vppl< after 
Addri.«:< ! 



-pptember ■ 1.' 

I i,-'l ".or 



. Jlfilr. and Mrs. Fartiuhar Macrae have 

returned from visiting New West- 
minsiter^ friends. 

Aj .■■' i' ' '■■ ■ - '* ,■■♦ 



-WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES I'OR GIRLS AND MISSES. 

. Reg^ular, $5.00, for • •"•*'••'•'• • ■ ■ 

- — i^^gti4-aiv-$3^f5T ff'r . ■ • • • • - • • • 

Regular, S2.50. for • • ■ 

INFANTS' WlirPE DRESSTCS, Regular; $t;6$. for 

Regu&ivi^oOj for J]2li:iii^'^» ' » *^ • • 



• jf. ♦ *;•■ 



Mrs. J. D. GHltH-and chMdrep have 

returned to NeAv ^Vostmin»tGr .a™^ «. 
\ery pleasant visit to Victoria. — 

' 'iL ■•,' .» • ^ — " 

TiJes^r«^lJr:^tm»t«n«t *"W-~€a«I^^ 
liell have gone to tho Islands for a 

fortnight's vacation. 

Mrs. Harrlfloh an<t ithe Sit*«8 Har- 

rlipon are visitors in town from the 
old country, and aro guests- -at tb0 
Empress. 

Mr. and Mr.s. \V. H. Marks, whose 

Vvcdding took place In Seattle last 

week are spending their hpneymoon 

!|~in ■ Victprttt and' neigh borhoodr* 

,, a^ i»n(S'Mr& J:Qfen H^ from 

f-Taeof«ttr^^^w<ho havi. been speiiding , ft 
few weeks in Victoritt? left on Saturr 
Gay for 9, short visit to Cowlchan. 

..;»■ ,♦ ', • 



- il i c. B. H. - Bmo tl hya Tcturnecl from 
a vacation vlait-wHh friends 'Hiver the 

Sound." 

■..■'.". •• • ^* -■ ■ ■ 

Mt^. i^odte )ina Mr». Jatttibli, of 
Vancouver, are vialtoni for a ^BVoayu 

at tlie ISinpresB.* 



* -'- 



'Z-^s;- 



Piano, Virtuoso andTcaclw^^-^^ 

he advanced Krarte»- of piano P'*V" -glnrv. -wHo have been visiting for 
will visit Victoria on*! day In -i-a-h „.,.„,.! .i"..„ „» ,,ak Bav. ieft oSTOcir 



'in 



several liays at Oak Bay, ieft onWdr 

i return to. Seattle yesterday. 



Ever> 

body 

goes 

to 

the 



y- 




Every 

body 

goes 

to 

the 



!^ 



MISB Bita Crarke. of V*»«»«vf(f, la 

spending a few days in the <»ty< .■^the 
guest of Mrs. Stanley Spain. — • 
. ' . ♦■'.' • ,•• 
WIfts M. O'Connor, of the poat office 
stair, la spending three months' in Cat - 
garj-. Her place Is being tilled by Miss 
Barber, of the Calgary plhce. - 

Mr. AIvo vort Aivenslcben.^the well: 
howri* Vancouver financier, was in 



the city yesterday, returalng- home by 
the' afternoon steamer. , (-\ vv .< 





1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



.$1.75 

60<* 

$1.90 

.95^ 

$3.00 

;.$2.25 

. $1.75 

$1.00 

...65^ 



Latest Ideas i 
class exclusive Mil 

Dent's Glove*. 
Morley's Hosiery. 
Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear. 



n High 
linery. 



ford's sister, 
AVlnnipeg. 



Mr. A. O. \. French, of Sookei was a 
visitor in the city yesterday. 
• ♦ ■ » 

Mtaa Hayne hw l«t for chemainua 



. Miss Russell, of the provincial lib- 
rarlan'a department. Is among tho 
ahlp wrecked passengers of the Prin 
■cess "May. -- ■ '- -,-'- _---,r; ■'- — -V- 

"♦■♦,♦■ '■ " " 

Mr. George D.D^iMfr <^«^-w«tt4tho*•nI ^^^^ • ♦ «-„^ . - 

musltfal authorjty of Vancouver, haaj -^jjig^^-^^^- 0o^,p^r, Mr. \V. Coopef 

and Sir." H. R. Codier left on Sunday's 



Molonev, Mrs. TrAeger. Mr. and Mrs. 
Chadwlek, Miss Vera Otuulwick, Miss 
i Dorothv Chadwlek. Mr. and Mrs. 
Huokett. Mr. Harry Moloney, Mr. 
yarrv Young, Mr. Alfred Young. Mr. 
Jack Flniavson, Mr. Leonard Uloyd. 
.Mr At. Chadwlek. Mr. Clifford, Clem- 



kcjnnedy. 



3rd Annual 




At SIDNEY 



been » week end viajitor at the Union 

ciub.i. " ■':■::,: 

■Jtr: and Mrs. Gideon Hicks have 
Ufcvii Bt»eiu'/m« a pleiaaart hoUdaji with 
U*^V. J. Hl'cKs and family .»t, Salmon 

Ar««i. ■ 

Mr. ■\Vblter, Colvln, of iiu attofney- 
I general's department, returned yester- 
day from a dellghttul vacation stay 
at etiK Sprlni.< islapd;, 

j 1 he Misses Josephine and Christina. 
' Johnson-are enjoying t^ sumrher holi- 
'■ day atAJiiniberiand. the giiesta of their 
' ubirr. Mrs. .Smlthi'. ■ -■ ■■."^ "" . 

w « ' ■ ■ ■■ 

.Mr. and M.rs. W. i. i'l.iican. who 

have V>een nVakhig a ten days' visit 

' here, have returned tn thei r h ome in 

'"MtrrUt. 



boat en route to Vernour- B. C. where 
they will spend two weeks' holiday 
with their brother Mr. Percy Cooper. 

• * • 

Mrs. dt l*.-JaorrKion, Sr,. Mrs. T. !•:. 
Morrison and Miss Morrison left Sun- 
dav morning on an extended trip ,to 
.Vlbernl and other weat^ coast point's. 
.Mr. and Mrs. J. .H. M'«ldram aceom- 
iKuiiod them as far as Shawnigan 

I- K". ' ,. ■ ■■ 

* • •' - 

JMV. Charles Chlslett. of Tolmla 
avenue, left yesterday morning on a 
visit to his mother «t fort Hope. On- 
tario. Beiore- returning to the city 



PROVINCIAL PRESS 




The Railway Policy \ 

It is significant to note that Premier 
McBrlde has looked favorably upon 
the request of the Canadian .Northern 
rallwav for aid ih the construction of 
hundreds of mlies of branch lines in 
various parts of^the province, which 
win be traftic feeders to the main sys- 
tem. ' Such branches will further l^^e 
deveiopmeivt of . many portions of-the — 
province arid it l.i with this idea that ^ 
the jfoverhment ure cnasliifiritts the^^ 
advisability of lending such ftnanpial 



Among late Vlctorlia visitors in the 
Terminal t'itv have been: Miss .M. 
^ir^. Hurst, iVliss i.ushby -d^Mrs.rVerHnder Miss 1>^^^R Mr^- 

and Mis. Landsberg have been among: '^^^^^^ ^tr J F." Johnson. Mr. il. 
"^..^'t.^^ t^'"^ .^aV da^k llewston. Mr. S. E. Herald. Mr. H. S. 



Mr-.. K o M:,' nard^(h*e-Mi«S Ethel 
i Smith! has postponed her past nuptial 
j recejition from August Wth to Septem- 
I ber 2l8t, at "I.^burnum," Park boule- 
I var<l. 

I .• : *— » ■'• 

.Ml. .N'orman E.' Alejcandey ani;! Mr. 
lleiuy T.' Thomas, of Vandiuver. are 
the guests of Mrs. E. Waters, 1628 
< 'hi^pibers street for two week s' vaca- 

ft* »ri *■ ■■ ' '. 



tlon. 



-ON 



Saturday, August 13th 



SPLEND.ID PROGRAMME OF SPORTS 



i - \\ .•ilK-r I ■'11-/ 
, .vii^. v.. J. .SloltZ. .Mi^'.s. 

! AVinkle and Mr. and Mr.« 

! ,> ..,1.1 . 1.. . >■/. \!sitnr-^ 



l"aij<MJ-, 
I'. 



.Mr. and 

\\ Villi 



he win visit several eastern cities, ahd[ assistance to the railway as wll bring 
"Mllr^ot return for several weeks. about the object desired. E^xtenst^e 

I branches are promised for the K'-,- 
tenay.— .Mall- Herald, Rcve'lstokc 

Pernicious Reading 
Bad reading sows the seed of crime. 
A chief of police reports that many 
of the criminals who come under hi-^ 
charge confess that their fall came as 
a result of reading exciting tales . of 
crime. These stories are forgotten, per- 
hai-s for vears, or until the emergency 
arises, and then there flashes throuMrh 
the mind the plot or devicje cleverly 
suggested by those early stories. In 
the belief that he will hot he caught, 
the tempted man repeats some one's 
experience with, as he thinks, a little, 
added cunning. The result Is disgrace. 
—Prince Itupert Empire. 




Fall Goods 



ARE HERE 



Salmon, Miss Salmon. .Miss Agatha 
.Xash. Mr. Z. .M. Hamilton, .Mr. O. D. 
Christie. Mr. Stewart Williams, Mr. 
H. H. Handley. .Mr. and Mrs. Savage, 
M-r. and Mrs. J. Stevens, .Mr. (5. J. 
Smith, Mr. W. K. Houston, Mr. J. W. 
Hutler. Dr. and Mrs. Harper and Miss 
Harper, Miss Chandler. Mrs. G. Ped- 
dle, Mlsri R. F. Vcrrlnder, Miss. P. L.. 
Scott, Miss Chandler, Miss F. Rlch- 
-ttJ'ds^.Jdrs. Futeher. .Mr. A. C. Flum- 
erfeit, MrT' wr TT. "MUrpfiy. Mr. N."<J. 
Heliard, Mr. T. \\\ Nesbltt, Mr. H. B. 
Smith Mr. 1.. Woodruff. Mr. and .Mrs. 
••■■ ■ "Enibly, Mr. A. .McBrldc,, Mr. A. 

rlicr. 



Large shipments will 
go into stock this week 



ALLEN & CO. 



.Mnnro mid li 



la\\, 



iiH ve 



.Mr^, llcnderaon, wh 

vialting-iriends ht-re during some daya 

' [,.1 their home.s on 



.it; 



.1.' SIhjw 



I'ilicr,-, ;tni 
Sword Dailciii" 



u;i 



SprcialT'Tiin Service 



Fare Adults 25c, Children 15c 



GET A PROGRAMME 



\ v>ast, iiave retuiH' 
I th< mainland. 

; . I infill : 

: dauKhter, .of Kn.Ki.uiu 



.'tnd 

oeen 



daUKhtf'r, '•! LMl.Ki.i iiu, Willi iiavi- 111:1.-11 .Hftim wiui >cii ,<•.,. ■••.• 
KpciTcfillB^somc t/me In Vancouver, are She was led to the alti 
now sojourning' at the capitr.! for nj of her brother-in-law, 
few pleasant sumilifstr.day.^ *" -.-..i.-- .. 



1 .It her N - l6i> T ayc — la " r«'ff^w ^ ^^tj 5^ 



acQualntancc with former parishion- 
ers 'and friends here. The reverend 

I fg.^ her Is now makiruf. T.aflv?!niiih his 
home. 



.\ jiilet wedding, was solemnized in 
(Uirist church ontl-i!'- 1' on August 
1st, when the Re\ ' ')oull united 

.Mr. Frederick .MliiS'O.. .,.«ii of .Mr. John 
T. Bavsant, of Halifax. N. s., and 
.Mils "Mabef Helen, the youngest 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. 
Dales, of Surrey, B. C The bride 
looked cha-maing In a gown of ivory 
latin with veil and orange blossoms. 

' ar on the arm 

_ . Mr. M. Mac- 

donald. lo"thtv\6traln:s.^or_lhe__weckn^^^^^^ 
march. Mrs.; C. L. Marks, who sup- 
poirled thir"BrIde, wore a gown of pale 
blue with net to match. Tho groom 
was supported l)y Mr. C. 1.. Mark.x, 



The Royal Declaration 
'I'hf ,'icrc.<3Siiin declar.-^ tion '■ 
doubtless be passed by a large majoi- 
IV, but not without serious and stormy 
opposition. When, tho time comes .for 
the decisive vote the opponents of the i 
hill will doubtless appear In much lar- 
ger numbers. It is predicted that man\ , 
.Ti.embera who did noLsspeak' on the pre- 
^•^..^us " reading, and .wliu .:,a>:ojdiLd ...th^ : 
\ote, have heard from their eonstitu- 1 
fpfh and will opflose the amendment a.s 
not a snifflcient guarantee of the T'ro- 
testant. succession. ,. On the other hand 
It \» .lugge.oted that ma.ny members of i 
ihp Free t'liurches* will rrhject to the J 
stntemeht stilll to be f-orced upon the ■ 
■WtJg that he /is a member of the I 
Churrh pf Eifgland- as by .law est ah- 
linhed. .Some Js^f these are Of thTTTpln- 
lon that 'Klnjg George mljthT Safely 



FIT-REFORM 

1201 GOVERNMENT STREET 



■ K > n A^r- the' er^..mvV^ h.v; ;;;;>« a Ipre.byt^rian or a Metho- 
as best man. After the (,er^em.m>uu.|^^_^^^^.___^_^^_^^j^p^ \-:,iM,iivi-r 



THE PLEASANTEST PICNIC OF THE YEAR 



bridal party-T'i-nreerietl -tn .;I>onaldsca. 
^ j the home of the bride's ••'|«',"- ;i^^|^[;';;; ' Bustler Bros-n 

.Mr. S. J. WInaby; of the staff otiihe a dainty supper was served. p^%m, u,,.,, ,,<.,i oAfeen of SatHrdas 

rn..,i. Bank of Canada here. Is spend- to nn illness In the family only In , n : J'"^ j ''^' />±eVrirown^ «t" I 
ing his vacation at Chllllwack. where| u.,niedlate friends of the '^o^^'^'^^lng or^und^^^^^ 

he formerly occupied J'^^^te'c,-. .,.,v .,,„., ..ic t-rcnont fc"io%m /XV'"^ 've fiif' made hiK 

for the union Bank of canad. lac',uamtlvnce^ more ye^r|_ago than one 

' -- , - v ;i- u- .1 . .. * .. i A niost eiUoianlc iimo u a>. >P' iii ..n .j,^^,^ i,, ,h|.ni4..^^;.lfe- was] siomSwhCsj-o 

Dr. ISdward . T'lahcr. ^^Iret^pr of t.lie ; ^ ,„^,^ ,u «ooke laice, when '!^«»^^ '"' vears of age.- He la still 

Tot.nnM^-(:'<>na*rA^or^|of^, Music ^v h f ,,„;,,,. ,,,f Victorians wlio^ arc' ^^'^t ha, pv period though rather 

kV h.r is^ne ofthe: myst K^^ the-tt,.«t dance that has ever h<^P" '^^^^f .Uen the target for a .good deal r.r ad- 
■ u di n' muH cal f^ac^rs.' ^"^^-^^ ^ ^ Tim -dance t*^K J! «^^^„, " , ";^■orsc criticism. But oompat-ed with a 



POTATOES 



POTATOES 

The I'.cst nn llic Market at Kea-nnahlc I'riees 

1 'cr iiHi 111-. : - - if I.L5 

SYLVESTER POl/LTRY SUPPLY HOUSE. 709 Yales SI. 



Week ■rill xl.^'ituria in LcNiii from 
\'ancouver incluiU,Hl ■ Mr. and .Mr.". \',. 
VV; Hreod. Mr. \<'. K. .Moncreiff. Mr. A. 
K. linker. Mr. C.eorgc 



a well-Known Victoria 
which was thrown open 
■a.sion by Mr. Scaifo 



'verse criticl.sm. 

■J 
citizen, i\i\n.^ ^- ^„ .,,., 

for the oc-ri'^^B^^ 'i^ ^"^ 



sumtner home which *« .h«^inK_ l'"'"- .forj *^^"^°j any of' the characters in. the .of he 



8uppleni(4nts«, lie 
I^uati^T- may not 



T.- (illpin, Mrs.l The hall was prettily tJecorated 



comvc 

1 <4. .. lis an a'ngel of liglit , . 

the atclilteci.| j^^ .^ ^^^^^ oxnmple for extreme early 

" vouih, I. lit at least he i.s not a dismal 



III 



the "Nellow kills" of thi 
Ila+ly-Wew»r Nelson. 



Clh.ln Mr. U. .w. .^luari. wirs. u. >n . ferns and other greenery. '^'^J^-;^'^ \\^^^vv^y 

StuW'ttna' Wfr-a-fftr-Mfsr-'X--^^^ "B\fc!rett """fj^"!^''"^ j;7**,,,I'„j,*',,g 'j,,,^ paiirrs 

Mr and Mrs! H; A. Langford. i.f u.o.s.'' Refre.-liinents were .nerved hy .^.^.Z^^^^^^—y^- 

Vu couver have taken a:iinusT. Inrc ihc Misses Chadwlek. I )anclnR cmv. , nanih.Tl.iln « Slon.avh am l.lver 
fo tu sinin.er month.M. and will be tinned nnlil an early hmir in he .p^,,,,,.^^ g,.„ti,v s Imulat.. the llcer a,u| 
;::ln;.rin;\ewdaysl.yUlpl.^.OAU.i|^^^ 
Sb^'i::n.t'rd.'and'X."'it^'^li^;:!Jl[:« 'sut^^MoloiS: >.- Tuxie'll^'^i^k-heaUaJte. Sold by .all. leaier-, 



$100 Will Make $600 



In Our Syndicate To 
Handle a Sub-Dlvlsion 
Property Near Van- 
couver, B. C: 



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yP.OJiox 

Vauneoavtrt It C 



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vicrroi^A DAILY colonist 



Tueiday, August 9, 1910. 







\\"c have a Complete Stock of 

BRITISH AND CANADIAN 

ENSIGNS 

UNION JACKS, BUNTING, etc. 

LAUNCH FLAG POLES. SOCKETS AND 

HALLIARDS 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 



The ShiDchandlers 



1202 Wharf Street 



NEWS OF TH E GITY 

. Girls' Quid* M««ting. 

The Victoria branch of the Olrls" 
Guide will ho4d their regular mcftthiR 
In the schoolroom of the First Oon- 
gregatlonal church this evening at 7 
o'clock. 



I W. C. T. U. M««tino 

Th.> t\'. C. T. tT. win meet in their 
parlor at the Mew'« Mission, Star* 
street, on Thursday, Aiir"«t 11 th, at 
3 p. m. As (here Is siiwial busliiesw, 
all men)h*>r» rire urgently rctiiiestPd to 
bo orosent. 

R«o«ption to Sir Wilfrid 
^\■llh a view trv perfecting the ar-n- 
rHriKements for the rcc'epllun of Sir 
W'iU'rIil Ijjiurler >>n his arrival here on 
August ITth a meeting of the recep- 
t!i»n coiiimlttee of tVie ^'ir'torla l'IV)erBl 
vssoilatlon wll. be held tonight In the narkervlllc 



_ THE WEATHER 

Afeteorolpgloal office, Vlcturla, B. C, 
at 8 p. m,, August S. l9lO; 

.SYNOl'SIS. 

The preBSiire U highest o\er British 
Columbia and tine summer weather Ims 
prevailed In nearly all districts. In tlis 
Vukon rain liaH fallen at Dawson audi 
temperatvires htb lielow normal- Kasl 
of the HoekleH low areas are f-entered In 
Alberta and i\\v lakes region wtlh niod- 
erate high an-a in ilir intervening i>'rov- 
■(i>e«> of HHskatcliewnii ; showers ha\!,c 
fallen at Wiiuvlpeg hi'jt fnir wenllier has 
been very general. 

'rRMfl':KATI'UK. 

^,: MIn 

▼lotorU ........ 

Vancouver 

-New WeHtmln.steT ... 
Kfiniloops ... 



I.ilicriii committee rooms at S p. m. 



J'rince 

; AtHrr- 



l.iupon 



60 

:> I 
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tiU 
4 I 



f^aii I'VaiicLscd, t;al. . .■. . . 

i'OREOASTS. 
• For 'H hours f i .'in '• a 
Time) Tue.sda\-: ' 

Victoria and Vicinity: 



60 

f.o 

111 . 



Hot Wealher^quisites 

QUICK PUDDINGS AND ICINGS EXTRACTS. ETC. 

Oiir Stock of Jelly Powder is a Most Complete One. Better 
Place Your Order With Us. 



Pure GbTd Qufckl^iJd^ings, per plkt. loc. Gan be madejn 
"nc minute, in the fotlowing^ ^^'feFSr^Jiocolatc, tapioca, ar- 
rowro')!. and custartl. 

Pure Gold Jcinjgs, per j)kt. ipc._ in chocolate, white, pink. 
IriniiM. IccTiiialinc. almond and maple cream. 
Pure Gold Extracts itvle-n^cMr anrt ji^mHJft-.-T-rv ■ .... .ape and 50c 

. i . . . . .50c 
...... .25c 



Ground Sweet Almonds, hulk per ib.75C'- Tin 
Golden Drop Sugar Plums, pj?.rba$k«;t ;.._... ... 



H. 0. KIRKHAAl, GROCER 



Rocoivas Heavy Mail. jl'awson. V. T. 

Th.- .'^iind.iy and .M.iiKUiy malls !' '«'«"'■>'■ -''I'"- 
brought in atotal of !)5 inrnilrlcs to the ' ^V Innlpeg, .Man 
offices of the local devclupnicnt league. 1 ''"'"iland. Ore. . 
In a great man.''' In^tunces |)er.soniil 
answers were necessary and these 
ha\'p lieen alretirly Sfril the Informa- 
lloii .sought V)elng forwarded In a.s 
thormigh a Vnaniior \\» pi.'s.slble. 

Vote of CondolencB 

-^ — Ar- meet+tjfr of the member^ "f St. 

Mark's parish- will be held in Ihe , . 

vestry r<joni of St. Mark's church ttr=t-^^'' "<^"' senerallyj uir fTTO warm. 

night, at ii p. m.. for the purp'^'so of 

pa.s.sl'ng a vote of condolence tb~Hls8, fjjgy,^^, 

j:ili.stoii in the light id' her recent ber- i 1,^^.1 .s, 

lavchient by the death of her brother, j^ipg,, 

lard. Elllston. It Is hoped as many 

nitmbers as possible will attend. 



Max. 
78 

7« 

80 

Hi)' 

"■•-TTr 

58- 

■hi- ■ 
:. I 

V t 

. .."..SI ... 
■ OS" 

(Pacific' 



fresh southerly 
H I J 1 1 u a r I n 

l.iiwpr ,\l.,iiilaiid 



w i n d .- 



Moderate t." 
i:ener.-ill\- fail' 



IJi-M 



KT'NDAY. 



dorni. 



T! 

."ill 
fill 



AugustSp ecials 

DRESJS 




l"or. one week xve arc offering 
fanc>- tweeds, plillds and lu.«drea, 
regular 40c and 50c' go'odH for 
per Vsird 25c 

puring August we shall__con- 
tinue tn .sell alt white blouses at 
greatly reduced-vjt^lees-. 

San3i.de curtain ends — a limit- 
ed guantity at each 25c and 35o 



GJ. Richardson & Co. 



Victoria Hous« 



636 Y«t«« St. 



m 



HOWARD WATCH 



The first and la!~l word in High" 
W'atclu's IS — 1 Inward 



'Gride 



REDFERN & SONS 

loog Government Street Victoria, B.C. 



J 



' The Realty Market. 

Kealty agvnts rei)ori that a tend- 
] ency In the inquiry received during the 
i last few days ha*- bepn tho desire of 

■ outside capital to find inve.stmci\l in 
iloi^ai property. "Amotig waterfront lots 
j .just disyiosed of are three at Oak Bay, 
I one at t'adboro Bay and a piece of ac- 
j reage at Foul'"41ay. All were purchas- 
! od by outsiders. The Inquiry Is not 
I confined to an\- j)artkular class -of 
' property. 

New ForV Street Block 

Work wdll commence at ouce. on the 
: erection of "ttir ne^v l:)usiiu!ss block 

■ which Mp .A. K. Todd will erect at tho 
! ciirner of 'Cfiiok and Kort streets. Th« 
; structure vviU be one aturej- In height 

\\ lih basement and will be ocupled by 
j nine stores. Ad.lolning will be Erected 
j a green house. The coat of th.e_l)LUULd.lnK. 

will be $20,000. The permit for the 
I bulVdIng was Issued yesterday. Mtsssrs. 

C. r. .Mesher & €0. at** the architects 

an.d contractors! ' 



Kunghlne, 11 hour.'s. 30 minutes. 
.-^ MON'DAT. 

Highe«i 

IjoVvesi 

Mean -. . . , ,' 1 . , 

."Sunshine, 11 hours. 



.f.o 
61 



42 minutes. 



Corner Fort and Douglas Streets 



Phone 178 



Law Generally Observed 

Vesterday was the first Sunday- 
provincial 



AGENDA FOR EXECUTIVE 

Hon. Richard McBride Returns From 
Kam loops Today — Railv.'ay Policy 

It is expected that - the important 
meeting of the provlnc^lal executive ar-- 
ranged for- tod'ay. will nottake plaCtJje- 
fore afternoon' at besi, and in all pmb- 
abillty -vv'lli continue tomorrow, n tele- 
gram from Premier McBrlde to the pro- 
vincial secretary, lion. Dr. 'V'oung. an- 
nouncing the fornier's Inability to reach, 
the capltaruntll this afternogm. That 
a meeting will he held^ In the afternoon 
and contlnuM this evening and also the 
following d.ny. is expected. Prior- to at- 
tacklnif the long' Hat of arranged, tmsi- 
ness for Cabinet eonSideratlvn, sevcial 
deputations are to heard by the govern- 
ment, these Including t«'o froiri Van- 
couver city and i:>. L,. 3ftl. who wlsli to 
present argunienls as to the abaorpi Ion i f 
ur ar^nexatlon of n. L, 301 by the city 



THE 



MIKADO 
B A Z AAR 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

.■Special sale for Bamboo Blind, 
S.\-S, $1.25. and 6x7 75c. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



When Buying Silver 

Remtmber thaf the longest 
wearing, best-designed 'sJlv'iff'" 
plDle fo be had is fk* - 

IM/ROGERS-BROS: 

brand. Spoons, forks.knlves, 
elc, bearing tiiis trade rrarA 
are ticayilY plated and will 
wear for y^^rs and years. 

Btit lea lefs. dishfs, wjittn, 
etc., tte iUmpefi 

MERIDEN BRIT.* CO. 

«oi.t> ur irni'isr, irmMu. 

"Sileer Tlate that Wears "■ 



•n 

which the new provincial liquor law-, _ 

which came into force on August 1. [and also a plan thai has been for- some 

was operative, and reports made to j time post in i'ormulation as to the most 

tile provincial police department indl- { advantageous development of False 

Ci'ite that tht- law. In the Immediate | Creek. A'nncouver. Questions affcctltjg 

vtclniiy (if Victoria at least, -was gen- 1 the goxernment's railway policy for the 

crr'.Uy C;b!5€,rv(!d. All bars were closed,! fjueen Charlottes as well .is for Va-nt 

j and many oi! those who have hitherto . couver Island; are expected t** conne be- 

' b:*:-.\ r.ccn£Tomed to jauritlng to the ! fore the t:xe<Mttlve ait 'ihls meeting. In 

] r'>ad hous.1.3 outside the city limits to addition to ^i\ extra-important ager^da of 

slack thtir thirst, and who failed to •'«"nl-rontlne,piattt:r6 of policy and of ad- 

r.»alizo tnat a new order of things^ has^-«»*ftt»**»**«^ 

i eointj a.t>i"Ut, were ditiappohnetl when 



P hone 

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iinmcdiau 
office 



fmure 



nccfi>. 



AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN 



\\ (• !)ave-4ar sale a t a' Barga in, One Special IWiilt 15 to 
20 Morse Power Clement Talljot 2-Scater, fitted up complete 
with Top, 14-ea*ULanips, Side and Tail-Lamps, iNlagncto and 
accumulator .Ignition, spare Tire, and Kinj^. This cai* was] 
specially built for B. C. roads, and cost over $4,000, now $1,500, 
or unit exchange for Real Estate. ~ 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. oppo»tt» spencera Victoria, B. C. 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY, LTD. 

y^i "^'atc^ St. Phone 730 



*-♦-♦- •• ♦ « ♦ I 



he ruro.^i Always Clean 
'he Safest Xo Dusty Can.s 



JAS. LEIGH 4 SONS 

LUmb'r wholesale and 

, I Heliill 

Wills "'Lumber 

Fool of , Lath 

Turner Street '■ Shingles 
Victoria. B.C. i Bill Stuff 

and manufacnir^rs of all kln(;l8 of 
Ka«h, Factory and ' Planing Mill 
Oooda. 



BOTTLED MILK 

From the • 

Victoria Creamery & 
MilK Supply Co. 

Dealers in 

Finest Ice - Cream, Cream, 
M ilk, BiTitcrmllK'ahti "Butter 



Phone 1344 



were 
a«ey^--di«t»,>A,-.ftc«a.~iiift.t^^»»e day 
decl-dedly "dry" one. 



w«8 a 



Latest frnportations From China 

Ladles' and Genl.t' Bilk uiidorwea/. 
► oft. warm, neat and llglit. fjenlii' py- 
3flmaa In beautiful stripped allk. Tha 
newest «tyleii of beauii f ul. enit.roldered 
Cllk klmonHJD. .Vothlna inor« beauthftit" 
Tha loveliest allk emcirotdered dovUoa 
»iver ahown. 

QVQTSia MABt TTITXa k CO. 
P. C. Boi 98. 17 IS Goverhniant .-^t. 



Ihe Jap ol Ijualily 




^^'^'^^'\, 



Pints ?l.i25 

Quart*; ^1.50 ■, 

Half Gallons ; ^2.00 

For Sale by All Leading 
Grocers 



DO YOU KNOW 

Thai our ice croain is made 
from 

Pure Cream, Only ? 

That invalids find it very 
'nnuri.shing. Try it at our 
fountain or have, it "^ent t" 
your home. 

\\ c pride ourselves on <.ni 

cakcji, _ chocuJa.tcs and- ices. 

W'c know the hi^h qunl- 

' t -V ' '1 . .;m- |)P wlticc. 



CLAY'S 



Tel. 



lOI 



619 Fort Street 



CHRISTIE BISCUITS 




_„ . ., Now. R,p8ide,nce, for Mayor , 

"Mayor Morlp.V will err^t a new TMl- 

dence on. Montroie street near the 

j Pinith's Hill reservtvlr. His Worship 

• ■.<<Terday took oiitthe ttPcessaT^c bulid- 

; i< permit. The residence -will coat $1,- 
I SOO. Other permits which haye been 

ifisued by the building Inapoctor were: 

(ieorge Cooper, alterations to dwellltitf 

on I'Msguard street to c-ost $400; Ml.'?« 
i M. Jones dwelling on Rockland avenue ; 
I to cost J6,760:, John W. Hutchinson, 
jdwelllng on Thinl street to cost $300: i 
j T. Knight & Hon. dwelling on Third! 
I street to cost J47Ci; Ernest McDonald, i 
jdwcllng on F'lsRiiard street to cost $2,- j 

S50. _ I 

Inspector of Exploaivea Here. 1 

Coming t" this ciuintr}- ti inform the 
government of the Dominion and the 
Department of Mines of means adopt- 
ed in the old land for the prevention 
oI^:irrilne disasters. Captain Dcaborough 
I Inspector of cxplosivwa at the govern- 
I mental ardenal, WoolwMrh. Is no-w- in 
! the city on a visit. The services of 
I Captain. Desborough while lu this 
cctuntry have been placed at the dls- 
poeal of the Dominion government 
through the kindness of_the Britl.sh 
attthi'irltles. Hon. William Tcmpleman 
Intends to lntr''»duce a, bill into tin- 
I house this year dealing with explosive." 
land If, It is pa.«sed it is probaJjle that 
I an . explosive .«itatlon for experlrneiU- 
liig puriio.ie.s will be rBtabll«h-^'( 

OBITUARY NOTICES 

! Eberts. 

I The funerHl of the Inte ^trs. I.,oul.«i:i 
i Koerts, whose death occurred on Krl- 
i^day afternoon last, took place yester- 

) (lay ff din 'the ''Frahna' parloi'ii nT'T 

! oN'lock. There w-a.s a Inrgt; attendance 
and many and beautiful were the flor- 
' a[ tributes presented. The Rev. iMr. 
j fJervLsh of the Lutheran church offl- 
jCiated at both the jiarlors and at thf- 
1 graveside. The following . acted as 
|pa!lbeBrerB- Hen ry St^lbe hb aum. W. 
I Roach, K ui K osche, t'orncTluB Hickcy, 

r :._ ;." 

Little. 
Karl:- s.ii^.J.i.v motniiiK hi th.- rHniil,\ 
residence. 624 Dallas road, the deatji 
occured of !\<Hrga'ret Ruth lylttle. the 
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. 
Little. The funeral took place ye.«it'-r- 
day afternoon nt 2 o'clpck from the 
family residence, thfe Rev. \V. Leslie 
day officiating; at both the residence 
and at the graveside. There was a 
l.'irge attendance nnd many flowers 
wf'rn present orl. Interment took place 
.■it ri'i.is fi.-n- remetery. 



When the »tomach falls, to perform 
Its functions, the bowels berom" fl«- 
runged, the liver a:>4 the kfdn<-.vs con-" 
PM«i'.d caiisin r ',,'i:r>( rous i;|i:-oust<5 
Th<» stomach, and liver*Vi.-ist lie" re-" 
stored— to a healtb.v condition an J 
f 'harnberlain's i<iomach aind- Ijlver 
Tablets fan be depended uiW/nt« do it. 

Hjiisy to tak«» and nujgt^rftfiJtiiVtj. Sara 

'^y all dealer.:. ' ~ 



FOR 
SALE 



Y. M. C. A. 

Temporary Quarters^ 1209 Blanchard St. 

NEXT TO NEW fiUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Reaclin.gr and Game Rooms— Hot and Cold Shower Baths— 
■ RJen.'s and Boy's Summer Camps — Summer Membership 
" "' 50c per month . 



SOME 

• J: ■ 



GOOD TRACTS- 
OF CROW|r<5Bti^KT 
ANja LICENSE 

TmBER 
WELL SrrOACED 

Fori George 



IF YOU WANT A GOOD HOME 

-^t a iW leisure and on ea«y terms fiee new six-room house, isltuated nu 
Oavle street, near Fort street. ■ Concrete foundation, double floor and 
wall»: ' oak manler, cellar floored; modern conveniences, etc. 

MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Yales St. 

l,:i:nbcr 'ilial'Ts and iiianiifHi'l iii- tM s 




Brides of 
ustially receivfe waitjKgtfta 

nipst di-i>.vvi..,/,c present is 
one that; is serviceable yet 
htaiiftful enough to re^flcct 
the good taste of the giv^r. 

■^nr Ii .•j'^ n f'^ce of 

STERLING 
SILVER 



I can offer soiHc 
acreage, about 5)4 



^ood 
itiiles 
southwest of the townsite. 

Field notes may be seen 
on application. 

I'rice ?8 per aqre 
Subjfecit tor^dor^ sale 



Vaa Z.anib«r, tia.au. Doora, and all MiMim mt BoUdlnc aCatvrlal, go ia 

The Taylor Mill Co. 



MIU. Offle* and Tar**: 



Ill* Gov.-rnm«nt St, P. O. Boi «!t. 



Telephone 5»4 



Ernest Brammer 



Tel. 2095" 
Office 644 Fort Street 



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Another Shipment of 

Centaur Wheels 

Have Just Arrived 



-AT— ' 



Harris & Smith 

1220 Broad Stroat 
- - ■'Ph«ne LI 83 



- f ^^ »>««»i»»ta» 



Iluinired.s of delightful 
suggestions aiwait you hpi . 
from the modest salt cellar, 
artistic' |)lioto Jrame, or. jrn< 
or another of the latest F,n,u 
lish 11' i\ cll it -,, n|> \' < ;i m,i^ 
nificcnt caiiiuct of.'iolvd ,^J! 
^•rr'- gifl.s that 
ii.oi.l'ij ijowii 1m' 

-e^a-t-i^Mi ~- 



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w.fl: 




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915 GOVERNMENT 

'f'cl ro()6 ■ ■ 



ST. 



Mfrflary's famotis Rteel .Rnnge.s nnd 
Heating Htovef at Clarke & Pearson's 
1.113 Wharf Street. ncur JohUHOti 
fcitreet. Victoria. '• 

Daylight Servic* to S««ttl<i }iy' ti. n. 
Jr-oqu'ds, !>'aviiiK 9 ». rn. liailj, except 



Daylight Service to Seattle hy «. b. 

Iio(,uolh, ieayloHT 9 a. m. dally, except 
fi,und;iy, from Victoria Dock'Co''rf wharf Sundny, from \lctorltt Dock (Jo's wharf 



The younjtsters cannot 
have a purer or a better 
food than Christie Bia- 
cuit8~the purest of all 
pure foods. 

N.B.-Trr Chritri. W«|.„--T», oaa kava 
ih.m .„v d.vor- Ooin<«; V.nlll.. R<ti««, 
SlrtwherrT.f.oooi, M.pl. l„,W.i.r leeiad 
Imperial. Sold in iBi«|| ti.. g( ,11 groeeri. 

CHRISTIE, BROWIf & CO., Limited 



'ILK 



Young. 

\ 'Hing were laid at rest on Sunday af- I 
t'-rnoon.-thi' ■rirn'erai-Ea.kSng place "from f 
th<' pnrWrs of th« V|cl<->rl»- Kndertak- i 
Ing company, Viiten Ktrent n-T. ■ i£.:tO"| 
o'clock, fiPW 'W, lyC'slie I 'Iny conducicd I 
ImpresHlve services nt both the parlors I 
and at the graveside. Th.ero was 11 
large attendance as. deceased w-a.'s a 
pioneer of this cotintry*. nnd his many 
frif'nds presented a large number of 
beautiful flowers. Thp following ai^ti-d 
a." pallhearerf: John Deari, W. V\'llsnn 
<;. I). I 'htlBtle, J. JJ. Cirahame. utt" 
I'ojitl, \X. H. Whlttaker. 



Marson. 

a big attendance at the 

The)nif\ 



JlCXt t'nstt ( »f ll- 



next I'o.st (tCfKc, 



j Theri> wnn 

|funer;ir of the late little 
t'hristlnri Marson on Sundayafternoon' 
and a large number nf lieautiful flow- 
ers 'overed the llltle cHskef nn It wa.s 

I borne in the heiirso out to Ross lia.v 

j cemetery, where interment t;«"»k ptace. 
Rev A. Henderson officiated at both 
llic hou^t and at the gravealiie. 



F ORYOURFOWLS 

"" 'ST^ITethll^^ew ''a t^ d fro m 
a good recipe — in fact a 

gtiarantrrd reripr. Our 

Dry Hopper Food 

.•\.^k y(:)ur neighbor about 
it. ife" has heard of it if 

VI m h.ivc nut. 



1^ 



Bannerman & Home 

Broad and Johnson 

Fhonc 487 



Trust the care' of 

Defective or Ov- 
erworked Eyes 



Were You Wait- 
ing for These 
Biscuits? 



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,1 iro>li 



ill|)inri)l 

•\ Crawforil'-- cflcbralcd 

liiscnits, inchulinL: I heir 

;. '-"'m RUTTKR PUFFS. 

,ii . |ri 1 p,!. is.r,L;v', 20^. I 'ill 

Up ill lirilf iviund packages. 



m c., 



.M 



(1-; 



I h' i|-' MP.'h, ;)i(ii 



arc 



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A, Pool, Grocery 



To Contractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
JOISTS 

We have In stock the foUowlni 
Scoich etoel Joists: 
1&X5X4 2. 
K'x;":.32. 

5 .V .1 .\ 1 1 . ■' ■• 

Tmn..rlinte delivery Of ■ahlpmsnt 
n.s Ji Ml ad. 



Victoria Macliioery Depot 




best 



UlUl 



J. H. LePAGE 

EYESIOHT SPECIAX.TaT 

P. 0. Box 225 

Victoria 



Govcrtimctif St. 



Navy League 



j VICTORIA-eSQUIMALT BRANCH 

~ A' special rcik ral ineetinK \\ill be 
I held toflay at '. p. rn. at Messrs: Hind 
i .?• t'nne's office, 120.'. Provnrnmeiit St'., 
! 1o ('-unaider a nroposal tn add to th»' 
I 1st clause of the bylRw..s with the ah- 
I Ject of 'udmittlng associate mernbeira 
i to the branch. 

.MAt'HKMC CANE. 'Hon. Sec. 




I 



Nalthoid Roofing 

Sulphur fiime« around ameldng 
plants, cat up ■ mcfil root in 
•hort order, and very fcw other 
materials can withstand the at* 
tack. Malthoid Roofing does 
the hujincss. Engineers and 

'owners of property in di.stricti 
affected by theie fumes will .^avc 
money by lookin(» carefully into 
the mcrit.i of Malthoid. Wriai 
fijr spcrial hoolclet. 

R. ANGUS 

Agent Wharf St., Victoria 




Ncrtj^upply of funeral number.'^ of 
the HiH^re, Illustrated London News j 
and (Jraimtc, Just received by the Vic- | 
toria Hook and Htationery Co. Ltd. 
These are all out of print In ij:nglan(l I 



OUR 'PLUMBING WORK RESTS 

on a. Ihoruugh liniisv,ledge of the worl<- 
and upon i>ih- rule, to do our iDeat wJth 
every order we undortakei 

WHEN WE ESTIMATE- 

• >n the cost of changing yorrr old bath- 
room" Into a handso-me, uanitary one, 
you'll be surpri.sed to find that our 
flgiires', will not.. e.xceed those of any, 
though pur work Is admlttediy 
auiK^rior. 



The Colbert Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 

*j^5b BruugMon Street Phoii* SSI 




W'c are .Hhowing many novel 
pif'f-cH In tJrlentaliira.tHWare and 
at prices not obtalttablo el»«- 
v/herc. 



Lee Dye & Co, 

Next to Flro Hall 
Cormorant St attd 707 Port St 

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r-w, 



]^mJu^^^^^u?iL|^i^jLj^^jdi|| 



S^IB^S^^^^PS^P^^^P 



Tuttdiy. August 9, 1910. 



V IGTQRIA DiJLX COLOMSX 




Nothing Healthier Than 

BEER or ALE 




This time of. the yccir. All the best brands arc stock- 
ed by us — those recognized by coTinoissetirs as a 
glQri^u^"tmiTTi.i»h:ef--t-h:^ 

wholesome b'revvs it is a question of proper ageing — 
qualit^^ Not how quick, but how thorough.' Not 
how cheap, but how goo d.^ ■ . , ■■ , /■ -,L-::2r.-'" t^->r>.,--^- 



NEWS OF THE CITY 



Ladias' Trolley Outing 
, Aa-QuU»«-la„tiik.e the lorm, 
trolley car pHi"tiL._wlU t)e 



The tea roome will fet Ih charge of 



H" 



^ 



I 



the Daughters of Elty. and tlve youhg 
liidiiie may be trusted to spare no 
imina In attending to the comfort and 
of a! refceahihent'of their guests, 
held thla in a building adjoining the grartd . _ _ 

evening by the Ladle*' Aid of the atand the King's Daughtern will «erv«i the a«slBtance of noisy music andj 
First v;uu«reKational church, the ex- luncheons and leaB, and for thereon- ] other/aWs to excite aha audience; +■ 
I LT.rslanlsts leaving the corner of ypnience of those attendlUB Uie, horeo 



of 
7.15 



performance la coolness and found after 



round of apiilause greets their sue 
ceseful execution of dlfflouU i equlll- 
brlstlc trteks. The act is of the truly 
refUied character that come only fi*om 
Europe and makes a big hit without 



VVUHame and We«tim arte comedians 



l.,lKht suppers and teas will be who could make the Sphinx laugh. 




FINE OLD PORT AND SHERRY A 
SPECIALITY 



Pleased to have you telephone your order 
delivery system is pe^iecl. 



Otir 



AnnoTUioement Bxpeot«4 

It m o-tpccted that nn (innouncemeiit 
will be tii&do 111 the coviisrt of ,u few 
fiays a.-! t.o the award of tlio prize for 
thfi most suitable and comprt'lionsU e 
schPine for VjPHiUlfylng" the srrovirulB of 
the new Kotreat for the inontally affUct- 
t'd al Coriuitlain. TJiiJ..t:ompclUlve plans 
Tiuve been 111 hand f'"" some weeks now, 
and have Jn the interliti beoii racelvinK 
the moat careful coiisldnrutlon of llui 
lnlpre.sti^ inirilsler uiid ilcpartmenlal 
heads. 



and I rorm»nces yesterday the 'house was 



the woma- _ . ^ . , 

rt.ii- will lie the best conducted, . 

Ihe uiost Hucceasful ever lield, and lt,lnth.to part with th.-m demanding. re- 

i« vf -V .•(•■rtaln she and her colleagues I'eated curtain calls. 

' everyiblng posalblo, to make Grey and Peters make a big hit with 
ev»,i.>v». o K j^j^^jj, aerlo-comlc cycling turn. 



will di 
it so. 






A T THE QITY H OTELS 



=iSiwTChurch for Baptist* 



On the reciuost of the trustees of the 
First BaptiHt Church the city will 
give permission for the erection of a 
temporary church atrtJcture t^o^' be [;"^;^;;^^^ iViontroal; A. H. Creugh. J. May 



At ths Drlard — 

( •Cniiinb-.o. Vancouver: n. O. Rupp 
niul' wife, San Francl.spo; (1, T. Levyls. 
Kealtle- .T. ronff. r^alt Sprlns Islaiid; Mrs. 
M ]• c'onlan and Son. Miss Q. HouKhton. 
Seattle; Mrs. F. Clousli, New JerBoy.; 
MvH JHawthorno, Miss Clough, Ml«.s 
Croft, I'hilaa.'lr-hia: Mr. C. JluHton. wife 
ami son. InillanapollH, Imi.; W. Fttor- 
Phanli.-f, Van.-oiiver;A. A. Fair, Crescent; 



b\ 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 



Tel. 1974 



1327 Douglas Street 



Cor. Johnson 



Open 8 a. m. to lo p. m. 




Arrived 



Newr^shipmentof opera Cloaks and Capos, Kjnu.nas 
and Dressing Sacqucs 

-Seme- beautiful creations arc sliown in ilie-^f now 
arrivals. 



creeled on the north east cor 
j Vales and Quadra streets to be used 
t-for~srrvtcr>M— ttntil such time as the 
propo.scil now $50,000 church edifice Is 
ercctod. The eoiigr.*kailon is planning 
to erect the new rhun-h and expects 
that It will bo reaily in '"eighteen 
months' time,. In the meantime, tem- 
porary ((uarters are iieeded. 

New Moves by Msnufactur«r» 
Displayed in-ther Broad street hall Is 
to be founil one of trre^~ntiest collec- 
tions of genuine Irish linen ever pro- 
duced in this city. Irish manufacturers 
who are desirous of introducing their 
wares in this country have taken this 
opportunity orsTiowlng them here and 
throuffh Maynard & Sons, local auc- 
Itioncers, the.v Will be sold at auction. 
■The goods, consisting of table-covers, 
1 towels, table linens of all kinds, ^nd 
lace curtains, all of which arc stamp- 
i ed with the world-faroous-B elf aa t l inen 
I trade-marks are a novelty for a^ dla^ 
i play In this iiartirular line. These pro- 
I ducts have been on view since -Satur- 
day and will remain so, until the day 
of the sale, which takes place tomorrow 
at 10.30 a. m. and 2.30 p. m. when all 
wilTbe soH^iin'reservedly by public auc- 
,tlon. Chairs wllF be provided for the 
Indies during the sale. 

OVERCRmPED QUARTERS 

Sanitary. Department Insists on Im- 
proved Conditions in Chinatown 




510 Cormorant street 



Opposite E. <t N. Depot 



.\ .aminiJi-'n against overcrowded 

I pleeplrij? ciuariers in Chinatown is at 

I present being waRed by the city sanit- 
ary Inspector and staff, and suiumonseB 
f m-a rmrober of the guUty-X;eA»i«t'ai pro- liPeterhoro._Ont.: J. Halleran, Seattle J. 



Mr and Mrs, McKae, Vancouver; K. M. 
AlU-.n, Omaha; F. V.. Miller, C. W. John- 
son Seal tic; .1. Coatcrov.!, ('ulKary; C. K. 
UoKCra. Mrs. U. K. WlUlums. Mrs. E. Mc- 
Clelland. Scatio;; P. Stewart and wife, 
KdinburRh; ,1. U. Low« and wife, Seattle. 

At the King Edward— 

,1. i.'.rahatn, Morrltt; T. A,— Kelley, 
rily; A. j; M. inverslty, Mr; Inverslly, 
Albert Head; C. Goodyear, Vancouver; J. 
D. Mackle, C. A. Maclde, J. B. Up.shiire, 
I>ortIand, Ore.; G. U. iioll, Mrs. O. V. 
Holt Taconia; J. McNeill. SeaLUe:_Q.T. 
Cleni. Mrs. G. T. Clem, Portland; A. R. 
I>oiiKla«. A. T. Schmidt. W. Uae, J. G. 
Watt. Mr^i. J. G. Watt. Vancouver: Mrs. 

F w! Stout, Helen J. Sto\it Oswego. Ka.; 
c' B. TolUn, Mrs. C B. Totlln, .«;eattU'; 
W. L. Hood. Mr.i. W. L. Hood. Markhani. 
Ont.; U. E. Unnbke, XC. G. t.'lnto. H. M. 
^ ayao. Mrs. E. Odiun e , ., Mrs. Thomas, 
Mrs. A. L. Garvin. Vancouver; H. M. 

Holt. Mrs. H. M. I4oU, Selah, Wash.; Mrs. 

Rlanclict. Mls« S. Chambers, Aacoma; T. 

Bland, Toronto; A. G. Dav4s, Vancouver; 

10. H.' Petorson, Duncan; B. I.,eavenB; 

Vancouver; M, M, Sheedon,^>Irs. M. N. 

Sheedon, X""'rancls Shcedon, Helen^ iShee- 

don; J. F. Hils. Mrs. J. F. Hils, Sun 

Francisco; M. L,. Cosh, Varicouver. 

At tlie^ Dominion — 

B. M. Kendrlck, Winnipeg:, Chas. W. 
Pagrave, New Wostmlnstpr; John Snow- 
don and wife, Chlcaso; James Moloney. 
iBaj Glalre, Wis.; J. F. Propson, -A. E. 
MMrrett,' Vancouver; H. W. Harbour, 
\\ in. McNair, Vancouver; George 
O'Brien, Tacoma: Mr.i. C. Bloomtpiist, 
Shawnlgan Lake;. John Ttichardson. 
Delta; A. C. Fry. London. Kng_.;,F. R. 
Stratum, Stewart; C. Huckle, J. Hiickle. 
F. A. Huckle. Montreal; G. A. Wood, 



Since 
Ralph Johnson first introduced the 
sensational Into acts of this character 
^Is jjualness has been overdone by 
clever Imltatiwa-- but the ' smart pair 
who take the full stage at 'the Grand 
this webk have been entrf'prlslng 
enough to flgui-e out brand new feats 
which have the combined attraction of 
fun and fearlessness. 

Mirth and music are the chief in- 
Kredlents of The palatable dish serveil 
up by Hell and. Uichords, who infuso 
plenty of life into a turn of most orig- 
inal features. One of the latter is a 
selection on an xlyophone pitched to 
the tune of anvils from whfch, at every 
blow, is emitted a shower of. sparks 
which on the darkened stage give the 
tune a realistic effect. The turn coti- 
cludea with a duel between the^lady^ 
and gentlman who make up the team 
n which the spark effect Is rpi>eated 




Cooking Is an Art 

ThatLcan <»i»ly b*-{>««<f*ct«}..wltl> tt 
Ifood, reliable cooking apparatun, 
such as the famous Moffa* ■ C'o.'t. 

CANADA RANGE 



We Invite all Victorian housewives 
to inspect thetie unrivalled ''hookers 
and bakers. Prices |W) to |70, 



DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 

608 Yat^s Street . Cor. Government Strte 



Z.I-- .: ..a 



while the clashing of swords brings a 
jingling melody from bells attached to 
the clothing of tfie contestants. 

Messrs. Jones, Pickett, .Murray and 
Drury who form the Free -Setters Four 
make up a well-balanced quartette and 
fender new songg_ In a new way. There 
Is plenty of fun In their act, perhaps 
more fun than melody but they provide 
a very pleasing auarter of an hour of 
entertainment and were called back 
fi)r several encores at the two first 
[>erformance.s of thc_weclL 

Thomas J. Price, singing a lllrtlng 
patter song with a decidedly popular 
appeal. Is »k tuneful as ^vcr, while the 
moving pictures come up to the good 
average m ilntalned at the Grand. 



C. E. CONVE 




Red Jacket 




"So Easy to Fix" 

Force ^"^ Lift 
Pumps 



The Hickman Tye Hart.-/ 
ware Company, Limited 



Victoria, B. C. 



pflelora jjf rooming quarters will be 
Isstied today. In some of the confined 
quarters of Oldnatown. the Inspectors, 
who made a round of the premises, 
found such overcrowding as to consti- 
tute a plain violation of th« law. 
Chinese were packed Into roonis like 
sard,lnes, and the sanitary and atmos- 
pheric condltlorfs were anvthlnir but 
satisfactory. 

The sanitary departnieni I- ■ i , li, 
Ing another round of Clvhiese wash- 
houses to 'enforce the regulations re- 
Ktirdlng constructldn and sanitation: 
Notices have been served on a number 
of the tvashhouse proprietors to make 
necessary alterations and Improvements. 
In cases where the orders have not been 
complied with, pbllce-court ppoeeedings 
will prnbably follow. 



BYLAWS FOR RATEPAYERS 




1 




Three Measures Now Ready to 
Voted Upon This Month 



be 



vSomcnos/ B/ C. 

■ Dear Sir — ' " ' ■ . / . 

Wc want to sell you some of the 
Best Fruit Trees you ever planted. 

■ Wc ihmk wc have the finest to be obt/a.ined, avid w.- kivw 
they will t^ive -alisfactinn. Plca.'^c senif ii< vnivf address, so 
that we can put you in tmich with a/good tly/in,::: X"t the 
cheapest, but the be'^t. / 

Yours faithfully, 

TheVancouverlslandNurseryCo.Ltd. 



0\<lng to.. the fact that all the -six 
I bylaws which the city proposes to 
'Place before the ratepayers at an 
early date cannot be prepared in time 
I It has been decided to submit the three 
j measures which are now ready the 
I High School site bylaw, giving to the 
j school hoard city land at Spring 
Ridge, the School Loan bylaw to raise 
! $4.5.000 for addition's to the__Vlctorla 
' West and Kingston street schools and 
' the erection- of a school on the Banjt 
{Street site and th.e Sexi-er, Loan Bylaw 
j to raise $50,000 for sewer construction."j■^ 
i These- bylaws will be put before the 
; ratepayers, on the 25th Iftst. The 
> other three measures, the Dallas Road 
' Foreshore Protectloh Bylaw, the Pub- 
I licjConvenience bylaw to raise $20,000 
I for a public convenience and the bylaw 
;to_ral8o fnnda to Improve the Isolation 
iHospTfal will ho left until a later date, 
i It Is likely that the' bylaw to raise 
j funds for the acquisition Of a source 
I of water supply will bf presented 
I sometime this year after the Joint 
water committee now considering the 
matter has made its final report. The 
three delayed city bylaws wllF prob- 
ably be submitted along vvlth'tlie \\iiter 
measure. "' 



S. Johniitone. Seattle; Mirdo^K.'^Ueard^ 
man. Boston; A, E. Wright. Toronto; A. 
VV. FoBSum, Aberdeen; Mrs. and Miss 
McRae; tJverett. Wash.; Joseph Herrln 
and wife, Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 
Angle, Hot SpHngft .\.rk.; .1. Murray. 
1''. Flker. J. Jones, B.' D. Drury. BelV and 
Richards, Fasslo Trio. Mrs. Fasslo, New 
York; Mr. and Mrs. VS'. J. Clark. Nelson; 
Miss I^-ela Clark ^rannsbnry. Wis.; J. 
P. Ludbury, Belllngham; Mrs. Ludbury, 
Vancouver; Mrs. George Qulnby, Den- 
ver, Colo.; Miss T^fay M. George, Den- 
ver: Harry Westfm.' .Tack Peters. New 
York; Bud Grey, Hoboken; C. A. Lyons 
and Wife, Henela, Mont.; A. C. Bunk- 
hart and Wife, Iowa; May Wharton. St. 
Lo.lllsi^jyilss May Martin, St. Louis; 
Jolin A. Grenor. Seattle: S. D, YeOmans 
and !-on, Chicago; Mrs. W. H; Green- 
low. .N'an- Greenlow. Twin Falls. Ida.; 
Mildred Frost. Olympla: L. H. Congreve 
land. Wife, Slcamous, B.C.; Teresa Fitz- 
patrlck, Loretta Melanphy, Kathleen 
Henry, Chicago; A. H. Mayberry and 
wife, Moosejaw; Mrs. R.' E. Walker 



Members of Christian Endeav- 
or Association From Many 
Parts of _P.ro vinc'e Promise 

- to 1)6 in Attendance .' . . 



Tomorrow In the St. Andrew's Pres- 
byterian church the Hth annual. Pro- 
vincial Convention of the Christian 
lEhdeavorassoclatloii will commence it" 
meetings, and the sessions will con- 
tinue tor the remainder of the week, 
Ilnlshing Saturday afternoon. Thi.s 
promises to be the largest and mpat en-: 
tWuelastlc conference of the as«o«da- j 
tlon Which has ever been held In con- 
nection with the Christian Kndeavur 
work In the province. 

Already there are 155 delegated from 
distant parts of the province and fruia 
the surrounding cities of the bound and 
Mainland, who have slgnilied their in- 
tention of being present tomorrow 
when the ■'conference opens, and It Is ex- 
pected that fully nrty more will Join 
the ranks before the first meeting takes 
place. When it is taken into consldera 



Ca'rbury, Man.; W; S. Peary and wife. I tlon that this number will be suppU-, 



Clmrles Peary, Nelson; Mrs. . Stefward. 
Gallano Island; J. H. Brlgham, F. C. 
King. H. CTlIlie, Vancouver. 

At tho Balmornl — 

Mlsft M. Craig, London, Ont.; Martyn 
Floyer! city; W. .T. Leatham, .Mayne Is- 
land; H. de M. Mellln, lOTMHe Post; J. 
D. a. Younfr, IWaple Bay; Mr. and Mrs. 
H. Payne. Saturna Island; J. A. French, 
Sooke; Mr. A. Fl Perry. Mr. and Mrs. 
Payne, Saturna Island. - ^i^- ' 



AMUSEMENTS 



mented by over 300 Christian Endeavor 
workers of this city It will he seen to 
what extent the Intere.'-i ni this gath- 
ering; has run. 

Much Interest Is" being takiiiw by the 
young people's societies in the province 
In this, and the programme which has 
been prepared is sure to provr-a: fhest 
Batlsfactory one to .a;il. The president 
of the , union,,^ Rev. Herihon A. Carson 
of this city,. /haa -taken an active part 
and Is devoting all bis energies to the 
enlisting of a number of notable speak- 
ersf-^n-thls-dlrection he has succeeded, 
as a glance at tlie names on the- pro 



PoilarGjds, Popular Prices 
^ affiPoiJar Store 

Wc advise you to try 

Copas & Young's 

at the corner of Fort'and Broad Streets. They guar- 
antee 'J^O HAVE and STILL CONTINUE to save 
. .you money. TRY THEM. 

I XDEPENDEN"^'- CREAMERY BUTTER— the 
• most popular hutter of the dav — ^ I (\(\ 

3lh.s.for ' ,.,fi-V" 

HUNTLEY & PALMER'S >M\1". D lUS- i C^ 

CriTS— per lb. •. . i**^*' 

JvRl{SH ROASTl'.l) ri-:.\XL'rS— I C/* 

TVrlh '... : I*^^ 

XICl'. l.or.M, COOK 1X(; APPLES— O^Jf 

-^ 1 1.) s.ror....'\..... , ,• 

DADDY'S SAUCE, usually sold for 25c per nr 

bottle — 2 bottles for . 4»0\, 

While they laST 

CALGARY RISING SUX 1'>REAP tl 7^ 
]< LOI-R— per sack. ■ .«P ■ • ' «^ 

TR.WI'-.RS' ENGLISH. PICKLES— — | C.p 
Lar^e t8-oz. l)ottle " «5v 

PURl': W I'.ST I\!)I.\ LIME JUICE— OA- 

Quart bottle . , 2lUt 

LOCAL HOTHOrSh: T().M.\T(M'.S— OC^ 

2 lbs', for JLOx. 

PL'RXivLl/S JXXGLISH .M.\LT A'lXE- J C^ 
. GAR, quart bottle - IOC 

Copas & Young 

THE ANTI-COMBINE GROCERS 

Corner ]'"ort and f^road Streets 
Phones 94 and 95 Quick Delivery Phones 94 arrd 95 



WOMEN'S FAIR BUILDING 



.Mr. . 



.iud her fellow mem- 



Miss Margaret Angiin 
"The. Awakening of Helena Ritchie" 
is not a very good sort of play. It Is 
tod morbid: it does not leave a par- 
ticularly good tH.-^te In the moiith. It is 
well written; it is strongly- dramatic; 
the dialogue is powerful; but there does 
not seem to be any excuse for writ- 
ing or for acting- Bbeh a drnmn. That 
It was? well presenteflhy Miss Margar- 
et Angiin ami her excellent company 
of players goes \Vlthout saying. The. 
company Is finely organized and the 
cast is admirably well chosen. Mi.os 
Angiin grows In power with experi- 
ence. She always possessed, the facul- 
ty 'of portraying great depth-^of, .feel- 
ing without being' very demonatrative, 



Sometimes people do, and su!f?.r, 
because thestomach balks. 



Ate Unwisely ? 

IJA:5BS^^PEPS1X*^^ 

.rejleye the dl.<;comfort at once, and help digest Ihc overload. The lover of good 

things may feel quite .safe with a bo;t of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand. 

50c. a box. If your druggist has hot stocked them yet send 50c. and^we 

will m;iil them. ' ■ ' ' ^4 

National Dru» and Chamical C«. of Canada. LimilnJ, Montroal. 



Cheap reaain'g "Tor campers and 

nthf^rs: \Vf are clearing a lo t of our 
7Bc copyright novels, at 2Bc each, 
five for Jl.OO. Victoria Hook & .Sta- 
tionery Co,, Limited. 



Early Shipment of New Bed Com- 
forters »vt prices and qualities vvhkh 
will astonish and plefis'- you. Prices 
$1.00^- $1,2R anil up to $4.75.- Robin- 
son's Vn.«ih Store, 642 Yates street. • 



\ 



ExouraionK-BOTiJW^r-^ttift- Gult . islands 
Wedncsdavs and Snturdays. Now l.s 
the time to see thpsc licnutlful Islands. 
The novfiltv of this trip cannot he ex- 
celled In any part of the world. T;ike 
V a S. train connecting with th(> 
ftteamor at Sidney. K'>r further in- 
ii.rmatlon telephone 511. * 

■ I • — ' 

Excellent Hosiery Priced Low— 
l,adles' l'"lnf IiIh.cR t-Hjalwntsru hose with 
seamle.«s feet, A mitgnlficcnt viilu/- !it 
25c a pair- Kohlhson's Cash Store. CA2 
Yates street. * 



VV*anted piiiiils for "'Embroidery. Work 
of fill kinds.— Mrs. E. Claudlo. U\ 
BroujThtpn Street. " 



-THE— 

ETUDE 

Just Received 

An exGepUonally » fine avum- 
ber, bener corrtr in and lof~>l< 
through it. Some, .splendid!. 
selections.' 

PRICE, 15c raicE 



Fletcher Bros. 

Music Dc.ilcr.s, (jov't street 



hers of the Woman's Auxiliary of the and she Is better able than *ver to 
Agricultural Society, are hard at work i convey int^inslty of passion without 
preparing for the JuWleo exhibition. being specta.culiir„or».vlolent. She does 
At present they aro devoting their! not tear a pas.slon to tatters, but Is 
energU>s'to laying out tho grounds! passion Itself. She was greeted by a 
around tho Women's building. Paths' house that was exceptionally large for 
are belnj? gravelled and flowers plant- a "summer evening, there being only a 
ed. T^:u local florists have been most few vacunt seats. The applause was 
generous In donating idahtSj and the) senerous and discriminating. Only an 
Imiiroventent, e\'en this year,; wljl give j actress of her power could make such 
an earnest *of what will be' dune Inia drama one of sustained Interest, for 
future to mak^ a pretty little park of 'there aye tlme.'< when it verges on the 
thi.> whole unappropriated spaco In the! margin of ba'thos. It Is an ever rrres- 
vlclnlty. All. women will nppreclatej f nt source of surprise that our great-r 
tlie placing- of a drinking fountain on est actresses are so fond of plays that 



THE MAILS 



the grounds 

Tho prospects for a fine exhibit of. 
woman's work were never so good, 
many having signiJ'icd their Intention 
of putting in samples of their work. 

The .V'anoouver Island ■ Arts ahd 
t'rrtfta Society has, with very cbm- 
incndable public spirit, decided - to 



harrow' the feellngH-flf audiences and 
depict the pUiy of senliin-nt« that iire 
not' edifying. 



The Millers, jolly ctnnedlanfl, singers 
and dancers was the only act that ar- 
rived yestordny. The :other features not 
being able to reach Victoria iiptll to- 
mako Its first annual exhibition init]„y^ and in consequence four excellent 
the Woman's building at tho time of reel's of plcturo.s were given/with the 
llip fair. BesldCB local artists it Islone net last night at a gf-meral ad- 
hoped there win bo pictures fro tnj mission of 10' cents, making a dP^'ji" 

other cities shown. \ (,(\ amusement bargain. " 

This Is auite apart from'~tho usual | xf the other foiitures Avhich will ap- 



wlU ppfii- fodny arc In keeping with, the 



cumi>etltlve art exhibit, whlvh 

liave space reserved for It.- ;. ~^l MtWrK'^frd' esrh- of them has an cn- 

Aflother fenturo which the women, \-iablR reputation, the entire show for. 

hope will have great educational valuol today will be ri declcpr'd vandeVllle 

trent. TllP* new a<''fs Inc^fi^le: The (ire;)! 
Prince, famous lUuslnhl.st; Fenall and 
ISe-rgman, the dntiolng 'kiddles and 
Borlml, music recltnllst, which with 
the Millers and pictures ,r.ound.« out a 
]-,roKrHmme. 



Is the di-splay ot work from the Wo- 
nien's InHtilntes of Metchosln, Col- 
wood, bakewide and Gordon H-ead.. . A 
.silver cup I wUl be competed for. by 
these in.-^tltutos. A woman's exchange 
will be carried op. during fair week, classy 
and U'> 8urt:icient encouragement is 

I given continued afterwards, ()j)por- 

I (unity will thus be given to those who! with fourteen people at 
wish to buy hand-made articles of i pnntagea jirl' < •• 
woman's work. 

Tlie iVIes.sr.M. I'^letcher have charge; New Grand Theatre 

nf the musical proKrammes for the! prfspntlng n clever acrobfttlp act 
week. Kor the convenience, especlallyj ciil of sensational feats the Vasslo 
ol' visitors from the country a Trio — father, son and daughter — head 
bureau of information and an ofTlco'a fl.'-.'it -r|a<!R lilll at the ,\'eW Otand 
for checking parcels will be opened. Itheatre this ii»9«h. The key-note of their 



The Hose Aluslcal Comedy ''<k will 
open a .season's engagement next week 

the regular 



gramme will readily convince one 

The various committees in' charge of 
the conference have been' at work iT\ak- 
Ing arrangerhents for the visiting dele- 
gates, and In this line they hay© met 
wl^th splendid success and co-operation 
on every hand. In view of the fact that 
there are so many other 'gatherings of 
ft similar nature being "held in the city 
tliis year, there has been some diffi- 
culty experienced in placing all' the 
visitors In suitable homes, but ample 
provision will be secured, if the citizens 
continue to co-operate as they have In 
the past. 

The delegates win i- i " 'lie 

flrst meeting which tanes jiiacu in tlie 
schoolroom of tbe^ishurc.h.fti_l_olclock, 
and assignments will bo made for the^ 
entertnlnmeni of the visitors. The con- 
vention proper will open at 8 o'clock 

with devotional exercises fK.niy I'h'tS 

Hov. W. Leslie Clay. Addresses/if wel- 
come will b^ delivered by Dr. Wm. 
Russell on behalf of the local C. K: 
Union, and by Rev. Or. Campbell for 
the Ministerial association- of this city. 
Tho president's addfemr will bo delivered 
by. .Uev. H. A," Garsonr and the. Uev. I...es- 
ter West. D. 'D., wlir^lve.ah address on 
"I'oHHessfbn . j-nd Being Posseted." 
^^Hyor Morley will "iiTs'o Speak. 

Following Is the programme which 
lian been prepared by the committee in 
clinrBe; , 

Wednetday Evening. 

7 to 8 p, m. — Kecoptlon, registration 
and asslgVimont for entertainment at 
committee room, St. Andrew's church. . 

S to 8:15 p. m. — Opening of conven- 
tion, devotional service. 

8:15 tb 8;3fi p. m. — Addresyes of, wel- 
come— Local C. 13. IJtilon, Dr. W. Rus- 
Ball; Mln. AssoclRtlohT' Tlev.' 'Dr. .Tohn 
^ampbPll:^ clVy. His- Worship Mayer 
Morley. ;Rep!y— D.' J. Meg hail. -.-"'' . ' 

8:40' p . m .— Sef d^R* - . P, ' L«ou fheed, 
Vancouver. ' -._.__,,.„ . ,. , , .,^^^_,,^ 

8;4f) to 9;t,fi p., m. — Prftshlent's ad- 
dress, Rey.. H«;rmon A. Carson, TV. A. 

jS„l„__<Mls« Klla Cocker; offerl/iK. 

!l:2ri to 10:00 p. m.— Address, "l-'os- 
sensing and Being l'nf<Rr*!Sed." Rev. 1,ps- 
ti>r I,. West, T». 1>. Solo — F. WaddlUR- 

ttiii. 

Thur»d»y Morning. _^ 

;i:iin 1,1 !t:.Tii n m wulei Hour, Mr. 
,1. !^. Oi-irdon, Vlftorln. "The Place' of 
Prayer and MedltBtlon in Vital, Spliltunl 
Life." 

•y?,() to 0:50 a. m. .Innlor Work. "It's 
PoKslbilllleH In B. C." Miss C .McKen- 
iU;. Vancouver, ..- , 

fl:RO to 10:15 a. m.— "Place of Mls- 
sloii.s Irt .Tunlor Work." Miss a. Warner, 
N'anc'iuver. 

(Continued on Page 12.) 



Vancouver and Eastern Canada 

Close dally at 1.46 p. m. and 11 p. m. ; 
Due daily 2.4 5 p. m. and 7 p. m. j 

United Kingdom • ' 

Close Tuesday, Thursday'snd Frl-: 
day," 'IT" "p". m.; parcel post Friday, 6 
p. in. J 

Due Monday and Tuesday 1 p. m.; 
Wednesday 7 p. m. | 

China and Japan 

Close July 15, 16', 25, :T, .\ub:. l. ' 

Due .luly 14, Iti. in, 21, '.'S, .Aug. 1. ! 

Australia and New Zealand ' 

CIr>.:-^ ,; . : , ;;■,. -5. 
Due .luly -'., -7. -yj. 

Honolulu 
Close July 16, 16. 22. Aug. 5. 
Due July li), 27! 29, Aug-. 1. 

France via Halifax 
Close ,Tuly 16, 23, 30. 
-Dawson. Atlin, White Horse, Etc. 
Close on Saturday at 1.46 p. m. | 

Duo, ,uiu;ertaln, ^ 

''■ ■ ^^"^""'"- ■ Stewart -^^ \ 

Close Wednesday at 11 p. m.; duo 011^ 
Monday. 

Prince Rupert, Port Simpson, Port 
Essington, Eto | 

Close Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day.. 1.45 p. rn. 

Duo Monday, Wednesday and Frf- 

day. i 

Clayoquot and Way Porta ! 

Clo.''e.- 1st. 7th. ir.th. 20th of each 
month. I 

Due, 4th, 12th. LSth and 2Sth of each 
month. 

Seattle and Eattern United State* 

Close, 4. SO p. m. dall,\'; due 7 a. m. 
dally, except *iu)jdai- and J p. m-dally. 
Quatsino, Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo- 
,quot 

Close 7111 and 20th of each month. 

Due l;!th and 2Stli of caeii month. 

Quatsino via Port Hardy 

.-^.dlose- JvUy .20, 26. 
Due July, 19. 28. 
'='' Comox, Cumberland, Etc. 

■ CTose Tuesaay,"'TTiufi"da.y- Ahd Safiir-' 
day 8.30 a. m. 

Duo Tuesday 12.10 and Wednesday, 
Friday and Sunday, 7 p. m. 

Sidney and V. A, 8. Points 
Close daily except Sunday, 7 a. m. 
Due dally except Sunday. 7 p. m. 
_______^_ ^ Alb-Wni 

Close lit, 7th, IBth, 201h ot eticiti 
month (by steamer) and by r«U-Mon« 
day, Wednesday. Friday. 3.80 p. na. 
Nahalmo Cffd E. A N< iPolMt* 

Close dallf, «xc«»t Bund«|' t.M «. 
m.; S.30 p. m. 

Due daily, except Sunday, tl.M pi 
m. and 7 pl^xn. 

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T unity, Augucf 9, 1910. 




Ask t{i see and hear niic n 
that clears' the road. 



f iTicse — the onlv'"noisc-!iiakci' 



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See_our window d iyula v oi i^lunch Acccs;>yn:C§!s_^„:_ 



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In Woiiian's Realm 



HERE AND THERE 



E squimalt & Nana imo Railwa y Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly,, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. Allin, 
Local Ag^ent, Parksville. , 



It's the Crimp That Counts 

THE CBIMP IN THE 2IKC 13 THE EFFECTIVE PART OF A 

Washboard-Eddy's "2 in I" and "3 in I" 

Arc so named because all the GOOD FKATURiiS in the 
CRl J\i lU XC": of the Zi-iVC^ ©f-aU .others-are- conibuicd,-coase-.- 

qucntl}- arc the 

Most Improved and Up-to-Date 

They make wasliing- easy, and no torn clothes. 'VKY 'I IlL-lM. 

Also Eddy's Fibreware Tubs and Pails 

Made in one solid piece, i\'o hoO])s to 'iall oft. Cannot 
leak. Will not rust. Will not taint liquids. 
Are Light and Durable • 

The L B. EDDY company; LIMITED, MLLL CANADA 

".Mways cverjwhcrc in Canada a-k ior Eddy's Matches." 



Victoria 1» not the only city in Cati- 
H<1« that hH* h»rt tToiiW* w+th Its l«o- 
l.ition lic'tpitrtl or whpr«> ('omplelo re- 
orKUiiliutli^n 1h ImiHTUtlve. l>r. Sheaul, 
of 'i'oronto, iu-kiu)wU'ilg^« thut uiileas 
mi lauUitlon ho.ipltnl i.s eMpc«clttUy well 
♦■fiiitpiieil and niiinaifed It Is iiulti? poM- 
»\b\f llml « pa.llcnt lommittpd '■i'o:- i>ne 
dl.'ieiisrt mny conti'act injothf-r vvhllu 
uiirlor trootiiiiiit. Tlii.s ailnilsslon Iroiu 
siuh a soiij-cc (s a .slartlliis t">'i<'' Tht'i'tr 
is amonK, rniMl.v woincii u great oI)J<'l- 
tloji to .scjulliiK sick fliUdren {,o be 
carted for ti,\- stranjfpr.s, but the convic- 
tion (hut iht" ««l>iy„ af thflr own 
rainlljos and that of t'ne Whole coni- 
iimnlty (leinaMds< llio sacrlfli'P of their 
own ro(»lihK'-'( In Iho matft-r has brought 
about « \oiy frt^noral t'on\pliani'f with 
the laws . KoVt'rnInK lontagloua clls- 
i-aso.s. If, howe\pr, coiuHtlons aro snch 
that patlpnts are r-xpo.sed to danKer 
tuilliInK would.. lndini> nioiherH to part 
uiih their llttlo ones ilurioK IUiipss. 

.\ lunipk'tp ri'orjgani'/.allon of the Iso- 
lation hijppital ha.s limi ailvi.sori by tbf 
hnrtrri of health nnU th(i"oUy niPdifnl 
-413If cr- -^'.he ufovltnlul soyorjunent tKjs 
t)oon apiif-alpd to for -i**»t(itstani'e. Tt 1h 
to lif> hoped that a hospital which wtU 
in^'ct all thi- neeii.s of the city will bt;_ 
crectod as soon £is pos.slble. The greal- 
ir nunibrr of the patients In such a 
tiogpltgl are chUdren. While a sprhuis 
epideniio is not a (.'oniinon occurii'n(.c 
hfrc, the niean.s of rhecldUK one 'in the 
h'^JrTftTt1Ti«r""tTfiffVlTir iHw-ays he at hand. 
I'^xperlenoe ban provprt that there are 
\ pry few _hotnpSi 'even' of intplliK*nt 
people, where a child can be luir.sed 
without flsl<~(5riirjifry to others. Peo- 
ple who In ordinary mnttPEs, are per- 
.'ectly honor«)>l-«>^ 4iH-ve no hesitation In 
sending children to sehnoj or alhnvlnK 
th'ehi to ride, in l,he' .street cars £vci,i 
when they lumw perfectly well thnt 
ihelr |)reaence a menace to all chil- 
dren with whom they cfjme Into con- 
tact, it i.s In this %yay that .scarlet 
ie\er becgmcs apidemlc. A child who 
I has had siarletina and Is allowed to 
I Ku out tof> soon ma.v plve the dlaea.se 
I to ;i dozen others. While the first case 
I nuiy 1)0 a llpht one tliose contractP<l 
j rroin It may be danporous or fatal. 

- Thcr*^ t^ '^. great need of refurni 
1 imong mothers in tlits respect for 
there arei always cases of infection and 
eimtaglons' dl.scasea whirh.-JtTryyexptTi- 
enced woman can' safely treat" If slio 
knows how. It is cases wo treated, how- 
ev'er. from which f^pldemtcsm ost fre- 
ilUiiitl\ arise.. Serious Illness i of a 
cKiUaKlons nature must, however, be 
treated in an iaoitrtibi^ hospital, both 
to r _ J the salce M the pa tient and , the 
saf^ety of the public. Now that a new 
begin'nlnu fniist be made no necessary 
i eX|»pnse and no forethoug-ht should be 
spared to mnke the isolation liospltal 
iipf \ ii'toria a I' : Ity and to 

t !\e iiri 'Vin,-,' 

1"!. . ,"rh.ips, no suiiject In whi' h 

j \\i>inen take such a. painful Interest as 
I in t lie, researches which are going on 
lUath.. tn.F.iirniy aiiLil-_AjILf:r'^a l"t" ihf- 
i causes and tlie cure of cancer. 
I This terrible disease is one to which, 
'it. would seeni. women are peculiarly 
I llal)le. So Xar we neither know why U 
comes nor how to live so. as to avoid 



mortal.s. 'I'hp surneon's Unlfc Is, no far 
as the wisest meti know, the only 
menn« of r*ll#f. Then* in hope, how- 
ever, in tlni fact that mnn ',>' solence 
arr obtwrrvlng- nnd studying cancer, and 
that as they ha^e been able in the past 
to discover remedies for diseases 
thouRhl to be incurable thp> ar'o riUu- 
ly to rob even this awful aflllctlon of 
Its terrors. 



There l,s an jilen abroad that while 
a professional nianinust be a jientle- 
man there I.s nn need for a business 
nuui to be courteous and highly edu- 
cated. The rollnwIuK (.jtraKiaph from 
the July Itook-kreiK-r shows that this 
Is a mistake. Tlie fact is that, there 
Is no position In life, tl^at ou^lit to 
be filled. In which a man^pr woman 
wll' not be more successful \ for Rood 
manners. When II Is remembered that 
true ((lurtesj, if riot linjdanted In tlui 
home can seldom be aC'loiredyTt u 111 be 
seen th.it no mother van safely nenlert 
the tiHinhiK of her boys and jfiris in 
behaviour essential to suc'ess in life. 
This writer says: 

"-■V notable chaiix*' luts i.iU<'n iihu'c In 
.Amerlran-biisliies.s mctiioils within lh« 
last dej'ade. liurea.«iM>!rly. men of lar^g 
alTairs are asking, when a younf? man 
is recommended for a big Job; 'Is he 
a KPiUlmanV This is stgnilleant Tn two 
wa;,'s; It means that the n\e; business 
men are Iheni.spjves gentleman and like 
to deal with men who talk their own 
liinKuaKP, and that A mericniY ijusiness 
methods have grown to be such that 
thi'^ gentleman has an adv.-mtage. 

"There was a time when a man whi> 
was a hustler could be a cad if he 
liked, and it did not hurt his chances 
nrtirh, Init that time has passed. The 
h\g business men of today want voungr 
men who are tai-tfiil, Intelligent, Inde- 
pendent yet unassuming; who would 
know how to talk to a diplomat, And 
be at home in a g-ood club; who could 
be trusted to behave kindly. honorahl\ 
and discreetly In any" situation o^-i+fe^r 
who In short have as their Ideal the 
old. never-changing Ideal of the gen- 
tleman. Xot everyone can define it at 
sl^ht. The Kentlenian, In short, can 
work alonicr the line of least resistance; 
and th-il is ^vh^ he is \v;inted ■' 



it 




i>i >M_i I'risiOK how mu<h strcmg: 



modltles in our country artt Increased 
by a system which Is as mean a« it 
Is demftrallr.lnK- 1*he wise*'! way la to | 
prevent the beginnings of wrongdoing i 
by a rigid Mild regular inspection of 
weights and measures. 

Almost everyone says and believes j 
that It costs far more to live now than 
It did formerly. Ii\ the United States! 
It seems to be granted that many 
Hecessllles of life ha\e risen beyond 
the means of poople earning low wages 
to purchase them. The cjuestlon of; 
what ought to be done to rerhedy thi.s j 
state of affairs Is occup.\'ltig the at- | 
teiitbm of political ecoiiomlsta and I 
philanthropists. A very Careful tnves-'j 
ligation' Into (irlces in Canada "seems to | 
show that taking this Country as a | 
w'luile the r|.«e has not been so general. 
The report has been compiled by the | 
labuj^jlepurtniunL_ajul-iB— the -tfiault "i i 
much painstaking research. This re- 
port shows that the average price of 
gri.K.'erie.!?, fruits and vi!gctabl*w l«-oiily 
H per cent higher now than It was ten 
years ago. Ijimiber has risen fifty-four 
per tent, but other building niaterials 
are onl>- four per cent lilglier. \Vlille 
rents hfive gone up as -a., consequence 
of the rise In lumber ami land values. 
we are told that fuel and light cost 
very little more, l-'urnlturo has risen 
ten per cent, fish and tlair.\' produce 
n third arid m'e.'tt ahd flour less than 
lifly per cent. 

.\galnst this Isrtar be 'placed^arr'srl" 
nooai univeraal Increaafi. in tlie prices 
uf all sorts of laliur which ought to 
enable 4jie worker to meet the in- 
crease In iirlces and have somelhlnB 
left ovi>r. 

Why then is li thai consumers find 
It hard to live when every one has 
work anil alt~ receive good wages? Be- 
cause we all want more than ever we 
did before. In every cfty , and town 
and In most counpr places in Canada 
lifiuses are lai'gcr aiid furniture belter 
-than -iru.ihc-- prxivious diicade. We burn 
far more fuel and twenty tlinos more ' 
light t^an our nvothors dUl. I'eople ar*.^ j 
much better dressed and such articles 
as furs, dear as they are, ,are worn [ 
b.v far more people- The telephone has j 
come into almost universal use, and 
srarcely any one is soo poor to use 
tiie eiectrio car. People of all sorts 



A WARNING 



i'lA.NOS REPRESH.Vr A PF.RM.\XENT INVESTMENT 
and as 'such, great care and discretion' should be used in their 

.■vclection. 



a 



The Waitt Co," 

pHtati/in, deals 



Is old established, has honorable rcpHtatyftn, deals in pianos 
of national and world-wide repute, has ;jrown up with the 
city, always gi\es a square deal. .Name is guarantee of value 

and quality 



'It 



is not 



wise to huv before seeing their stock, ^;o call at 
1004 GOVERNMENT STREET 



Going To Preserve? 



You Can't Better These" 



GOLDEN DROP PLUMS i)cr crate 
RED PLUMS, per crate 



?1.00 
^1.35 



FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER. 3- Tbs. 
TABLE JELLIES, 4 packets for 



?1.00 



Tlie Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Phone 28 N'our Chutce at Your Price 561 Johnson Street 



'f- Jt.i!Jttf*<*« "i*" '•'«^st of women and ' plumage- of birds had betii found 
the terrible suffering it causes Is one I the 
of the mysteries of life. Many hax- 
Imagined that, tliey have discovered i 
Cure for it and Its vlctlm.s' have fallen. 



feeling there is In ilJhgland about tlie '^"J fpAditions pay visits to relatives 
destruction of bird- life caused Ity the i" '^f^'" aw'-TV homes. and entertain 
tise- T>f plumage as. orna'ments! for friends who .come for long visits. It 
w.omens hat.s. A bill whii-h was in-!'l» s\ich things and not the price of 
ti'oduced into parlianK^iht a few days bread and butter and groceries arid 
ago to prohibit the sale or e.xch.mge meat that ni>xke li\ing in these iIhvs 
of the plumage and skins of certain e.xpensive^ 

wild birds passed its first reidlin; Would wi' ij,u :,.i,U, \<: \\r ;M i^ 

amid cheers. the old careful way^ of life? Yet there 

Mr. Alden,J>>vho ininuluied the bUi, wore people who lived On plain food. 
showed iiy.i,j/Kreat and how wide- nnd wore rough clothing, who made 
spreaiB-Mi^s the slaughter caused sole- ! ^<?>^' Journeys and worked hard wh'> 
ly by the vanity of wimien. JIc said: ' thought and read In their spare time. 
••There was a law in Australia to They were hospitable folk, too. though 
prevent the exi)ort of the plumage of *''^' women seldom , laid; aside their 
certain rare birds, one of , whicli was honaehold tasks to entertain their 
the emu, yet last > ear over 1,000. emu Visitors. .\nd that makes one remem- 
t.kins wete catalogued for sale in I>on- her that to the cost of living in our 
don— all smuggled out of Australia. A'f^^i' i""»t be added the wage^s paid to 
number of speci«s ol humming birds the trained niirse. Sisters and wives 
were almost , extinct. In Trlnidj<.d the ""'' ii«iShbors no longer take care of 
number of siKJCles had been reduced "^'' patient suffering from fever,, pneu- 
trom elgtrre^n to five.. The skins of rrionUi or consumption Itself. There Is 
•j&,(>00-h«njmtn«~tjirds iiad been cata- 
logiiedfor >|Bal>r In London iluring the 
past yt'arr and enormous* tjua»tiiies of 



WE HAVE TO LAUGH 



when tirsi t ime '•'Ijuyers 
market teU u.s to cut off 
quantity because their 
are .•'such small meal eaters. " 
l<"or we know once they taste on- 
meats they ' wJiJ .. ^leier snff.i- 
from that • complalpt again. 'Vvy 
us with an order W'.ni.in'T y.,u 
rather pay for ni.' i : m. ii- 

irlnr? 

Ve.il • 15c 



at this ith^ A\ 
a small iff « 
families fj \\ 



l.-Lind 
Island Milt I 
Uoast IJeef 



15c 
10c 




IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



620 YATtS 8T 

PHONE 514 



little doubt that deaths are Ipss fre 
guent and long Illnesses are often pre- 
vented by the greater skill and better 
Jul knowledge of tlie professional nurse, 
possession of > men arrested tori ^"' directly the expense Is greater ow- 
il.indering Vdrda iiL_the reservations.' '"« to their employfuent. Children re- 
in the .Vorth Pacific reservations' '""'" ■■"^nK*"" at school now and more 
lhre^> men had been assassinated wliilu''^^ them go to the university. This adds 
a prey to iJt\princip!fd men and wo- 'protecting the reservations against- ""*• "^ "ttle to the. cost of supporting 
men )crn«1 enough to decrlv. • . : the. bird robbers 'j'he seni..r m.-moeri " f'^n^"-^'- '' '^ ""^ to be regretted that 
ferer.-! and tiielr friends. , mr Oxford Tnlversltv had mlroikucdl ^'^ ^'f'*'"'^ 1'"'''' "'""«>' ^^'>^''" the result 

«,.,r,i- «,,r„ i 's greater comfort and a higher Stan- 

Jilt,! II \ nit' III ~ I , , ^ , , 1 -..■..» I 

nterested in- '^'"'^ "^ living. Hut luxuries or even 

the subject. He believed that it the r"?'"'!'^''^ are too dear when in the ef- 

i\,r.t» «.„... i« ,..„ ,u 1, . 1 'fort to obtain them men' and women 

he .„ . «f,t " T""^ ""^ '^^l work so hard that their lives are nar- 

ihe opposition there was from two or'^ow and loveless. There are many 

thiee members to save rare birds Irom, t,„nj,s besides monev to be considered 

absolute, extermination. (Hear, hear.) m reckoning the cost of living. 

.J he wings wore torn front the bodies 

"if birds 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA. B. C. 



FOR BOYS 




Xmas Term Commences Sept. 6th 

At 9:30 a.ni. ~ 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in Spacious New Bi;ick Building. 
Accommodation for 120 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction ; Football anri Cricket: Gymnasium 
anrl Indoor Rifle Range. 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.g. 

WARDEN: 

Rev, W. W. Bolton, M.A., Cambridge. 

PRINCIPALS: 

R. V. Harvey, M. A., Camb., J. C. Barnacle, Esq., Lend. Uni .-., 

assisted by a resident staff of University Men. 

For Prospectus Ajiply the Bursar. ' 



A few weeks ago there was a me^ft- ; u bill similar to this, and 
ing of the Imperial Cancer Research ; bers un either side were 
Kiind In I^ondon. Among laymen whi'> ' 
siioke was Mr. A. .T. Balfour, leader of 
the Opposition in the t^ritish Htiuse of 
<'omniims and viceriiresident of tiie 
society.' Frr)m this speech and from an 
article In the Times it-is gathered that 
while a great deal of*" valuable work 
has b^en. done, no cure for cancer has 
l)een disctivered. The onl.v definite 
statement Is that all investigation 



while yet living during the it is ■';. v .-iu- •-, and rhiKlvn \'.li'> 
breeding season, and the young, were are sulTcriiiK and will continue to suf- 
„„ ■'•''t to starve,' and so the Species mlist fer most from the resultii of the Camp- 
lends to :ab.QaL_that_cancer Is not -a^ '^"^'^'^'^''^ extlnet. It was a matter of belltown fire. The trien must go to 
h"(jroditary dlseasfr— ft "49 not liecuilar i '^'"'f'^"'^'>'' ""d he earnestly hoped the, work . They are e ither rebuilding their 
to 'any race .of men .arid It is found i''"' ^^'"V'^^ become law." (Hear, hear. )'V homes or are bmphiycd In other cities 
among nnlmais. White the irrowth and! ■'^ report from Venezuela for isBS^'r in tlie country. .Mothers must ronialn 
spread of Implanted cancer can he [S^hows that there was an, enormous at home, at Iea.st tho great nuijorlly 
checked, there Ik no such certainty 1 ''''^"Bhter of egrets' there In XS'JH. j "f them, to care for their clilldren in 

when till ;i^. I.. ;- ]■■,< .irllfiilaliy ! •'The ((tiantlty of egret feathers ex-^'''*' tents or the temporary hoaaes- 
caiiscd. _ portfd has this jear reiiiched the high-! <^reclod In the vicinity of the town. It 

TThe lesson for the puoUc Is that i total of 1',8,'18 kilos. Considering that'ni"8t »ot be forgotten that It takes 
what the wisest investigators have not i "hout S70 ..birds l>av<>. to he killed tol'""^*"'' to rebuild a house fit to wlth- 
bee'n-«hl^-t'.>-*tW«>*w-i» not likely to ' T'roduce one kilo of the small feath- stand the rigors of an eastern winter 
be known by those Ignorant men and ers. or abcuit 215 birds for one kilo of t*^**^" ""'' '" which a family rah Hvp 

the larger, the destruction of these' '^"""^''""t^'^b" In olir milder climate, 
hirds'mu.at be very grfet, and will no'.'^'^'*^" In the hof weather there have 
doubt affect the product I.t. "i .r..,,- heen sick ljable.s to care for-. How hard 
long." this must be w-itfi a scarcity of cloth- 

Commenting on these figures, thei'"*^ ''"'' bedding, no mother needs to 
KnKli.sh ambassador at Caracas savsi f^*" 'old. In the ca.'^e of this disaster 
If, therefore, we take the average 1 there are no neighbors who are ready 
ilie number LOjf. birds killed last ycar^ to make one house do duty for two, 
was l,S;iS,738. but If we take the high- 1 '''*^'' whole town was wiped out. The 



Sardines in a Dainty Glass Disli 

That will afterwards do for pickles, bon bons, etc.. are to be 
found here now. To introduce them— an unrivalled tasty and 
imporied pure French brand. 
W'c ■■M< !' thcni,.])er i^la^s dish special .50c 



Genoa and 



FOR THAT PICNIC 

Madeira Cakes, the onl\- 



eaci 



ilclicious 
35c 



Melton Mowbray Pies, the gemnne. nice- 
each Jx)c and ..:'..' 

Fine Peaches, |>cr Ih . . . , 

Fine, Ripe Pears, lb. 



ol al 



por 



k 



pics 
.40c 

. IOC 
. IOC 



The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Tels. 8<S and i-6r ioo3 Government Street 




EMPRESS THEATRE 

Oeorifa A. I>aTaU., Manag-.r. 



women who m.'tke a business of trad- 
I ing upon the distress of their fellow 



James Bay Academy 

A Private High School 
Acadetnlc Department — l-'iill iTi:ilri<-ii- 
iHtion In two years. Students "'reps red .; ^gjj,,;".,-^!;^;^"",'^ •'^"^.^'\,;j^ "^^^^^^^^ clothing has l)een sufficient 

for B C. I.. S. and other ex.imlnations ' j^,,, ,,,^,^,^^ account A.^r' the slaughter '" the hot weather though . thunder 
Splendid m.itrlculatlon .ncceii.* thU „^ 610,385." Ton' vears later we find ' »"'! ""aln have already caused much 



Kiintmer. 

Ccmmorclal Department — A fully 
1 fji.-Jjip, ,| niMiliMii Bn.lnoB. CoU.ge to 
.■h;iiu:'. of ;,ti i-xiierioni ,.ii Comm.rclal 
Speclallat, a Oold Medaliat In i\n'KK 
:-'li.'Ti li;i nd Text book* furnlahed frea to 
atndeuta of thin clepartmBnt, 

Day ana Evening Clasaaa. 

,\<|(|iess ;iil liHinirlpH |., 

The Principal, Jantea Bay Aca(l»my, " 

I'lii.n... I'lill. Oil. Meilin^i .Si. 



BRUNOT HALL 

j SPOKANE 

: A Boarding and Day School for Olrla. 

A church school whose aim TW" thoj 
very best In tOHt rin-toi-R nnd ei|iili>menl|- 
Che-rful, iioinellke, buildings': wliole- | 
I Nonip climate; gymna.'.'iuni, inimlc hall; I 
prl\ate thaatrlcals.. Spi'-clal foalurea aro i 
L+lf» ■ art' ntlidlo, giving Inslructlcn In 
(lirferent art branches and Hip music de- 
• partment wjtii Us Ht£^ff of foreign 
llrain'-il liistructors. C'l'rllficale adinliH 
{ to dinllli, Welle.vley and other eastern 
1 eiillet;e8.* i-'or f((rth£;.c Information, ad- 
I ilres.«, 



that the slaughter of the' Idrds has ' '^"^'^""T'^rt. Now that the autumn 
gone on so rapldlv that the ,|uantltv' "^^•'^t'^'''" '-" ''Pl''"0"''hing every child, not 
of feathers is estimated'. In oimcesi, to speak of the mother herself, needs 
namelv, 4J,8y(> ounces exported, u' warm garments of all kinds. If the \vo- 
takes six bird.s'to .vU-ld an ounce of ' "»'^" '""^ the material they would, no 
leathers, so about --'50,000 were; <^""''t. be able to knit socks and mlt- 
alaughicred in 100s ,ts again.«t 1,600,- ' t**"" n"'' to make suits for the boys 
000 ten years befoi. . 'and. frocks for the girls. We, In Vic- 

:8carclly of the birds, it will bo seenrn<'"Sli <■'"■ "I'r "\'^'> .needs. Can we not 
Irom this how rapldlv the extim-iloni fl" something for these slslpr women, 
of egrets is going on.' It Is sugiicsted ^y'n'> "" the other ;sldp of the eontlnenl 

an of-i*!''** 'h want of many tilings? It almost 
seems as if In this matter l,\'inadi,Tns 
were not as ready to help as ai.«ual. 
Cannot Victoria women find some way 
of showing their sympathy? That near- 
er n<>lghbors have neglected tlieir duty 
trtide, whlc his carried on "lor the!"i«l<fs it all the more needful that we 
■grain Icalion of their love 6r adorn- should show- that whether on the At- 
ment. There would ho no ne^d ol' 
lows If their ^lity could tie aroua ed . 



Jhat If a British law made It 
I'trice to wear an egret's plume an ex- 
ample would bo Set wiiich the clv- 
ill/'.ed Uorld would follow, 

Th«—linagi nation of women is very 
slow to awaken lo t li e cruelty of the 



.; 1 • I , I A r 



H.vii.icy, 

Siiiiknne, 



Principal. 
W.nshlngton. 



Corrig College 

Baacon mu Park Victoria, B. C. 

Select Hl»rti-(!rnde Day snd 
noarillng Collegi! for Iloys of .S 
111 -id years. Heflnements nf 
'well-appointed genl lein-cu'w Ucimo . 
In lovely Uencoii HUl Park. Num- 
ber llrniied. Outdoor siiorts. Pre- 
pared for niislne«s l.lfc or Pro- 
fessional or University exanUna- 
tlfins. Kees inclusive and strlct- 
iy modera'e- A. few vacancies at 
autumn term, Heptehiber Jst. 
Principal, 3. W. OXVBOm, JK.A. 



'A 



UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FOR 
GIRLS 

ClIve-WoMey Ilnii.'^e. Oak Bay, Vic- 
toria, ]'..('.. iilgh-grade day and board- 
ing whool for young Indies ''of all 
ages.. A.U Hiibjei ts taught. Pros- 
lie tus on application. 

Principal — Mr». Stadham, Cert. Enfl, 



The ICmpIre . Typewriter Is the 
cheapesl and iipst maehlru-! of the day. 
X'lctorla Book & Stationery Co., LUpU- 
cd, agents, ' • 



ONTARIO 

LADIES' 

COLLEGE 



(Trafalgar Castle) 
WHITBY. ONT. 
CANADA. 

Open* Sept. 8th. 1910 



PERFECT SURROUNDINGS 

rri,i. cocitaM IS 

Literature Elocution 

Mutic Finm Artt 

H&utmhold Sei*ne0, etc 

Splendid orEnnUaiion, R»t.i tnod.ratc. 

wmra th« rmiirCirAi, roa CAtiirbia 

REV. J, J. UABE, Ph.D. 

Whteby, Cnt. 



'I'lie ie)Mirt.s that come Ir'ini Xew 
York concerning the dis^'overies made 
by ..t.il.e official employed by Mayor 
Ga.\'nor of .New York+- to enfjuli-e into 
the weights aJKl :jnea8ur<r.TTtseT|-bT— re^ 
tailers of that city are very dlsiiult;t- 
ing to consumers, flight weights ai\d 
.shortmeasmes were found to be used 
in the sale of almost all kinds of food- 
sUiff.". 'I'liousaiida of th£U5c unjust 
welghfs and measures are being dos- 
troyeii ill the city iiall. The, excuse of 
trade custom was given by ' "the iTeaT- 
crs but In every ca.xe this eii.»toin 
rotibed fhe 1i\i.yers. 

One exaiiTple of this Kind "f dis- 
honesty was tile charging for tlie 
wr!n>l'ers and skevi-ers of ham and 
hacim at th- .<!ame price as jneal. 
While the loss to each customer was 
not large the amount which the great 
companies gained b.\- this fraud added 
nmeh to their profits. 

Are these New^ York prov(sli>n deal- 
ers sinners above all those wlio live 
.iti this continent? Oni^tvould not like 
to think that hlgrh prices paid for ^iom- 



Itintlc to the Pacific t'anadlan 
are reidy to help -each other. - 

''~ ~ ■■ . .i.>~r.7Ji. 



MONDAT, AUOTJST 8th. 

Tli<- 1 list ingiiish.'ii Actre.'es 

MARGARET ANGLIN 

In licr meat liinni],!! 

"The Awakening of Helena Richie" 

Tlip new play in four acts, adapted 
from Mrtik'ie'l n'eland'.s novel, by Char- 
lotte Tl V ; ■ ii l.ouls Netheisolp, man- 
ager. 

I'UlCPJi.S — .^ac \<i $2,110. Seats on sale 
10 a. m. J-'rlday. .Mall orders wilt re- 
ceive their usual attention. 



Victoria's Exclusive Picture House 

Showing onlF~the Beat pictures oh- 
tainablp 

SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY 
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN 

Dvnp in for a cool, quiet, restful hmir. 
Our pictures are making the Empraaa 
theatre popular. 

Come and bring your friendp. 



ROMANO THEATRE 

Monday and Tuoaday 
■WA8HINQTOH QUARTETTE 

"The Garden of looses," by Schmld. 

4 — rBATtrUE REELS — 4 

Romano Orcheatra. 

-f -■'■• • •■■; -S«e.The 

Flower Show 

WEDNESDAY 

A .\ 1 I 

THURSDAY 



Admission 



25< 



New Grand Theatre 

WEEK AUOUST , 8th, 
Baaslo Trio, present Iuk new and diffi- 
cult fi-at.-i in pquilibrism. 

N'audevllle's tcpnotrh \nenl una net te. 
l-'rrp Setters' Four, Joaaa, Plcktti, Mur- 
ray, Drury, new Bongs i-y the sweetest 
of slngcr.s. ' '' 

The German arlstocrat.i, WUUama anfl 
We.iton, cotnerjy, Hong.'s. iliatn^r and 
Iiatter. - 

Balland Riobarda. in niirthful musi- 
cal moments. 

The cycling pcor.-i, Gray and Per,«r«, 
iwar-vplous feats on ihe lilrycle and lu- 
(lIcrou.M (-iimlea)lt les. 

Thomaa J. Price 



Pantages Theatre 



Txis irzxz. 



Deafness Cannot be Cured 
by local applications, as thpy cannot 
rpftc.h the diseased portion of the ear. 
There Is only fine way to cure deaf-. 
rfes'si, a lid — ttrnl"' Is by constltutionnl 
remedies. Oeafness is causerl by an in- 
(lampil condition of the niufuoi'i.s lin- 
ing of the t^ist.'trhlan Tubp. When 
this tiibe is Infliimed ymi have a 
rumVillng aound nr imperfecl hearing, 
and when it Is entirely closed deaf- 
ness Is the resiltt, and unless the Inr 
flammatlori'.can be taken Hul and tint!* 
tube restored to Its normal condition, 
hearing will be destro.\ed foreVer; nine 
cases out of ten .'ire cause<l Uy Catarrh, 
whifeh Is nothing but an Inflamed 'con- 
dition of the mucuous surfaces. 

We will give One Itundred [>rTl+aTa 
for any'tt-ase of Deafness (caused by 
catarrh) that cannot be cured hy 
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, 

frpp. 

K. J. ClirONKY <t C<i., Toledo, (>. 
Sold by druggists. 75c. 
take Hall's Falfflty Pills for conBtlpa- 
tlon. , 



Specially Good In Quality 

Our Butter nl 3Bo or 3 lbs. 

r„r ii-oo 

i'ancy Trunk of Tea with lock, 

contnlns 3 Ibe., for fl.OO 

St. Itel lainchaon Tongue, 
T.amb Tongue, etc. -JBaiUul Y.ir- 
moulh Bloater and AnchoVy Paste 
In CJlnss Jars, \''pry neat and de- 
licious. 

Ufve us a trial. We shall vahti!! 
your patronage. 

ERSKINES' GROCERY 

Corner Johnnon and Quadra Sta. 
Phone 106. 



— Don't miss Amalgamated Develop- 
ment Comipflfiy — Auld, (Swin A Mc- 
Clarty, BIS Haatlngrs 8troel West, 
Vancouver. , • 



The Canadian Who's Who, published 
-by the London Times, op iale..jU..yi£' 
toria Book & 8taUt>aery Co.. Limited. * 



Prlnri* — King of Illuslonleti. 

The MiUera — .lolly singing and Pancln» 

.Specialists. 

So-re-ml — Musical t^reatlonB. 

Penall and Bertmaa — l>anetn« Kids. 

Biorraph — Motion Plotare|i. 

next Week the Boa* Mdatoal OonieAy 

Oompaay. 



MAJESTIC THCATAE 

YATES stHWHrr. 
Monday and Tneiiaay 

Be- Htrr?? i-o~He> th4»-4H**r 



"A MldBlcht Oupld," Olograph drama. 
"The Iieaaon by tbe Ma." "XA-rt i%m 
Cott«tieror." "WoeL" "Tlie |lr«keit 
VloUn,'* comedy. "ret«lil|i« j, OMtfllaiMM 
Trea," eomedy. 



Take a trip around-fh* Sound by 
steamers of P. C. 8, 8. Oo., aattinf 
weekly. Cbe&p excuriion rate. Dhon« 
4. • 



f 

■it 



t 



" 



I utsday, AuQUst y, iviSt 



/ 



vici"b"R]ML DAjty 




ga 



Special Offef in 
Suits at 





.Yes, 



and new Fall ^t^ck at '.hat — in reality. 
sFSuTts vou cv.er saw for the money. 



LAST WEEK WE DID A TREMENDOUS 

BUSINESS —7- 

but- this w^^i_we intena lo erhpse all previous 

effoTfs:''"'^TRese~sTitfs'afc in the new stytes and 

fabrics, cut an'd made tojiold thoir shape. Let 

us show vou them toda\-. 



FINCH & FINCH 



(.) - ( 'h 1 \- c r n ni c n t ^hf ree-t-^^ -"- 



■X 





Isht-d up" for gond. North 

beat Cloverdate a week uro last iiisht j 
and by doing so have grabbed llrsl 
place Ui thcf tengnne and with It tlu- 
Claxton cup for the season. 

;• 'IS a small. In fact very Hinall. 
■ that none the less enthusl- 
,, ,i audience, which turned out to 
111.- ll-.val Athletic park la.'it nisht to 
see Ci.orge 0'Keli> combination of 
stick handlers downed in their last 
att"»'nii' t.i g-i't In on the second 
j>la' 7 " "": 

'i';.' >', ' ■i--' i'i.-iyt^d iiaril. consistent 
lacrosse all through the game, but in 
the scaring thpy were rjo match .for 
the "Rubes." It was hard for the 
Wests to bore jn close, and to take 
the o^»portunlty for. long shots seemed 
to have been their failing. Away off. 
at one -side or the other, a long shot 
rw-ould come sailing in. which was 
totallv Ineffective, and was easily 
stopped by Clarke In goal,' that is le It 
ever managed to get pa.st the huge 
friime of Sam Uorlnier, which blocked 
Out all daylight from between the goal 
posts. 

young, working ,tt Inside home for 

Cloverdale, bored In twice and scored 

Then it was .that the teams j while Dempster and McLachlln each 

began to mix . things..^ ir.lltUe hl.t, ,1 added .tnother. br)nglr.g up t''^ ,total 

with the result tliat Sam, the big Sam to four For tb.. W ests, Williams, 

Ijirlmer of the Clot-erdales, had to; ciegg 

retire to the fence because ho played j once. 

rough with one of the smaller mem- | Billy 



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■Cloverdale Stick Handlers De- 
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Margin of Goal 



Victoria West went do>vn to defeat 
befijre the speedy su)?urhapl,tes, Clo- 
verdale in last evenin«!s Ifeague la- 
crosse match. "The score was 4-3. 
.,_-lt-,vrasr Tr-haTrt fmight kmiiih all-thc 
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in order that lady players who would 
cai'e for 11 pleasant, week's pl»y would 
nut feel at bH b'Jt'Kward In Introduc- 
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Quoljttc Bti"^"^*. who Is supervising the 
forthcomljiS series. 



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In Scheduled Competition— , 
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Kchr did the act 



. Another ton-' ', ' ': ■' ' '" ' ' 
sttirt ftv yancotiver nfxt Saturday and 
It promises to be little less Interesting 
than that of the Victoria club just 
concluded, it i.g. the' Kingston street 
club's a-nnual handicap affair and there 
promise to be a large Auiuber of rn' 
tiies In all classes. There will be in- 
cluded men's singles, men's doubles 



S.AN I'Ti.XKClSCO, Aug. .S.— Abe Al- 
lell and Owen ^oran will appear in 
a twenty-live round spurring match 

biUed for:.- tliii-teu.tlu.'r weight (Jiani^ 

plunshlp of the world on VVedne.sday 
niK'ht, Aug. 31, if Jluiiny Coffroth car- 
I'ifs out his plans. Tlie promoter de.-. 
elares that it will be a .no-decialon 
aiTair, and that It will be left to' the 
ueu!M)apers to pick tire winner. „ lie 
(leeiares, further, that wUne he ha.s 
not consulted With the otMolals of tlie 
I slate in reference to hi.s ^riglit to 
liaridVe' tile 'niatUir, lie beTIevea ■ if IffTr 
boxing match ))ure and simple, jind 
that as such It will be permitted under 
th« laws of California. ' 

• T^e ■" oil IcTynie ot t'h ls ■ h'Oli f'^ft'ttr he" 

awaited with umch interest, not only 
from the standpoint of the match it- 
self, but also because of ..the attitude 
that may bo assumed hy-.the officials. 
.Siuee th«- late- affair In Reno the box- 
ng game has been unusually ijulet in 
.San Francisco, and foilowlh'g^he an- 
nouncement of Governor Oillett no 
matches have -been held in San Kraii- 
clsco- save the -lour- round bouts. 
JtVhe^her the question will be raised 
as bet weentlTe t,efr and twenty- round 
biiuts remalna-to be seen. 

Much I nte r es t i n : Bout 

CiiffroUi's announcement in regard 
to his own ■|)lans came last night, fol- 
owing his r(!turn from Santa Cruz, 
wlure he has b«>enr' spending some 
days, lie had originally intended to 
put on a bout between Moran .-ind Ad 
Wotgast, but the lightweight champ- 
ion refused to fight for a percentage 
of the house, and demanded a guaran- 
tee that w .-'irely out of .reason. 
According! match was aband- 
oned. ._ ■ 

Atteli Is ,anxlotis fof~~fi~Bht7 anrl 
Morah, who is at Boyes Springs for a 
few days, would like an ^engagement 
before he returns to the Atlantic coast 
for the wlnt6r boxing seaBon in and 
around Xew York. whl<!h ordinarily 
opens up about the Ist of September. 

Should this match be consummated, 
it will be the fifth meeting between 
the two featherweights. Atteli and 
Moran have had two fights at Coff- 
roth's Colma arena^ ime of twenty-five 
and the other of twenty-three rounds. 
They also had a -ten-round' match in 
New York, and quiet I'econtly a ten- 
round go in L><?p^ Augel c a .-^ 

Limited to Weight 

LOS AXC;i:UK.% Aug. H.—-1 will 

not meet Mora n at' catch weights,, and 

If'the Kngllsh pug wants a' battle he 

must make the- fe.ather-welghf limit," 

says Abe Atteli, concfrnlng.a. poefsible 

fight with Moran. Abe-, respects the 

• a.liillty of Moran And does not want to 

i take any chanc'es. . ; 

The little champ has been taking life 




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Believed That This is Only 
■ Point Lil<ely to Interfere 
With Government's Chang- 
ing Game Open Season 



bers "of the other team. 



Moresby handled the whistle. 
And it was i and the teams linod ur) as follows: 



for five minutes too, and besides this 
no one else durintr tl\o wln.lf ffam- 
.suffered the dingr.^. 
to the fence. 

In the last quarter too Caraa anmiK^r 
Cloverdale sattellte was knotikod down 
and out' for a few minutes and id;iy 
had to be stopped for hl.s beneflt unr 
til a nasty cut which he had received 
ovfr the ey« was" patched up su^fl- 
clently for him to continue the, game.. 

Okells iri Distress. ; 

After the gnnip wa:s througrh three 
consplcuousi members of . the O'Kell 
familv- , respectively styled . Stanley.. 
(loorpo and WiilUam folt— well, lots 
might be said concernInK what tHey 
felt like. '.By loslnier last night the 
\Vesrts have lost a chance Of gaining 
a place in. the league for the Claxton 
cup. and by winning 
gamfl the Clovprdales 
the second place. ■ < ' 

Cloverdale haye two more games to 
j.lay yet. but the "Wests hav 



The 

Victoria West 
Campbell 



Team.s 



Cloverdale 

Goal Clarko 

Cli-gg (Capt.) ..Point I.orimer 

Styles Cover Point .... Sfmple 

Talt 1st Defence .. Redgrave 

Ok^U . Znd Defence . . Flnlaysoii 

Ross Srd Defence . . Hancock 

A. Campbell Centre .Sweeney (Capt.) 



last 
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cinched 



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Brown . . . 
.Jenkins 

Stuart 

Williams. . 
Dinsmore. 



. 3rd Home ..... Carss 

.. i;nd Home .... Harris 

. ; 1st Home .. McLachlln 

Outside 'Home". .Demps^ter 

Inside Home . . . Woung 



' John W. Taylor of Chilli wack who 
led the province at the recent mid- 
summer high school examinations Is 
of the stamp of boys one reads about. 
lUit flften years of age he has been 
••paying for his own schooling" driv- 
ing a inllk delivery wagon In .the early 
mornings In order to provide for his 
own education. 



mixed doubles, Itidles' singles and j <^nslly here for .some weeks, but Is to 
douhlesi -leave tomorrow for British Columbia 

After' plav last evening— there arc via San f-Yiinilsco'. and may continue 
alwavsa large number' on the courts on East, because the fight game la In 
from" 4 until 7 o'clock. Secretary Case 1 bad on thft Coast at present. He is 
having put them In splendid sha]»e — 
an lmi«-omptu meeting was held when 
It was agreed that the oHlciais shogld 
proceed with the arrangements forth- 
with.' They are -to fix the handicaps 
before Frlifay so that those who hav. 
not elgnifi»:<i their intention of tal< 
Ing part are asked t6 do 80 at tli> 
earliest po.sslble moment. 

The Kingston Street club labors un- 
der one. serious '.problem. It poasesises 
a large gentiemiin membership, l>ut 
few ladles. The members, naturall.v. 
feel this keenly, "fhey- cannot und(?r- 
Btfind why the fair sex. should sosllght 
them and so they have ileclded that 
each member must bring a. lady fri<md 
for the tourney. In falime-ss-to them It 
must be explained that thoy did not 
authorize: this cold bare-faced 
acknowledgement of thehr one didl- 
culiy. In la.1t night's gathering It wa.s 
discussed th U^Wspcrs," as "gomethihg 
that should not go beyond the cin'lo 
Immediately concerned, Howev:er, the 



In condltiim, as he always Is, and not- 
withstanding his stalemeht he might 
fight .Moran at catch weights for .six 
rounds. 

indianIms 

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In a few days It Is exp<:ctcd the 
Provincial government will make som(! 
definite announcement regarding tlie 
proposal that the close season for, 
game should extend to the ' 1st of 
October. j^At present* the law .Is that 
it shall open on the l.'»th of Septehi- 
ber. The Fish and Game club of Vic- 
toria,' after considering the matter, has 
agreed that it would be in the Intei-- 
ests of the game that it should be 
postponed for a fortnight. When the 
deputation conveying this- message i 
waited on Attorney General Bowser j 
they were courteously received and. it 
Is believed, the minister was favor- 
ably iriipressed. The point, in the 
opinion of sportsmen, is whether the I 
government %vlll or not consider tliat i 
the suggestion from hunters was re- 
ceived too late to make the desired 
change. It is thought that, providing 
the authorities bcilev<f that the news 
tiiat the season Is to start on the lath j 
of September has not go^e too far to ■ 
be effectively contradicted and cor- 1 
I ' 1, they will act on the resolution ' 

• ■ -rj-hy the local club without hcsi- | 

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Yachts Can't find the Finish 

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■ CLEVBl.AXn. ('ijiio. Aug. - T!,. 
trottlniaf gelding Uhlan, went a mile in 
2:01 Mat at .North Randal track to- 
day, C. K. G. BUringa/ driving, l» a 
successful effort to break his own 
world's record to wagon of 2:QL' ,3-4. In 
the 2:21 pace, Nellie TemplS won in 
two straight heats; Baroness Evllyn, 
second; IvJttie Hal, third; Lawanda, 
ro-.ifth. Timj?. 2:ll.lr4 in both heats. 



V.\.\'(.''i u;\'i:i:, .\ug. S. — necauso an 
Indian, stole the stakeboat, the regatta 
of the Royal Vancouver Ya cht Club 
on Saturday afternoon broke up In 
confusion, and a. chase after -the pirate i ' ' 
by Secretary H. V. Burton- Brooks,' Spokane 

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Corner Cook and Oscar Sts. Full-sir.ed lot,$i200. 

Siir'-'t at $1000 each. 
Corner Linden Ave. and May St., .irciitmL^ .mi 

$1200 ii> $1300 each, on easy tern'is. 
CambridEe St T ■ , nitctv situated lots, pn..rising ground, lacing Beacon II ill V:\rk,-Ai..-Uaoo 

eaai Tiicsc two lo'ts together will make a niosf doHrahlc .site lor a.^ residence, and at 
■"""■'ffinfe Tiiioted will not stay long unsold. 
Wellington St. Lots No; 7 and 8, at $800 each. .,-.•—- ,, - * , i^^-- 'i 4. 

Corner Cook and Hilda Sts.. 2 h^f., o;„l, nn >c t 20.~enrnrr wtll sHl t-.r $1750 a-ml-^djotmnfr lot 

Dot^bleXomcr. Fairfield and Moss Sts. Th^se two !r,ts. ih^ feet on Fairfield Road and 130 
fm ,u Alos; Street, are high and level, lots, without rock,, and are vcry^..c]nseti^jhejicw 
T'ublic School, erected at a cost of $35,000. 



wTilch resulted In' the mlsslrm 

boat being r<,»-caplured at Ih. 

nf False cneek. 

A club segatta had' been arransrcd 

over the EnglLsh -pay cfturBe fOr fllli'r| 
j classes, and there was A good repro- 
I Hontatlon of yachts. The course was! 

tlie usual triangular one from a Hn^ In 
i J'ngllHh. Bay tr» a stakeboat off Point 

Crey Opposite the Country Club^ 

thence line hoi-th to ii ni.ark boat off 

tlie '<;r. -Ill .Viu-thorn cannery./ The 

Btakebt'uio u.sed by the club are-dorles. 

and are serviceable craft. 

On Saturday afternoon the Jrom- 

were buiiched tfigether nicely" on 
i rounding'. the first mark, and there 
I were five yadits, which could liavo 

been, coviered by theproverliial hl;\nk(,-t 

when th^jrijiade for the ■■ ni i.ii . 

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HTrtterirnr-ttttg-,-- whieh— would marie pt-tia|^'*^^V.X."_tH 
conclusion of the Second leg of : tlie; 
couse,' but no leg was seen. • ' | 

Compasses were consulted to see, If 
the co'iTrse had been -laid off wrong, 
but tTils" investlgarrSh' 'showed that the 
yadua wer.r foll-'.wlhfr-ttre cqrrectj- 
course. .-[- 

l.t .was no !l;lil'iJ. Xhi- .3ttik.eho.at .had}- 
gope, and t^'e regatta was olT, ; 

' ' Then carne sotne Investigation. Stv.-'\ 
retary Brooks and Caretak<'r Burse.ssi 
Haw a Columbia river lishing boati 
under sail majtlng for Kal.se creekj 
tawing a dory. The big powerful club] 
launch started In pursuit, and It was 
quickly ac^n that the .«iiwa»li had the 
cLub dory 'hi tow. He refused to cast 
li off, so the cTub launch hlt^^hed on 
to the dory, "'and started oft at full 
speed towing dory and fishing boat 
with. xaae,,.„.'i',ll5. I,hdl''iu foimd ho was 
fe(.ing bnckwanls'and' sidewalks, and 
wllh .^evral fovcllile exdanuitlons in 
Cbinuok took a knife nnd cut himself 
drift. Bui in* up»et Ihs regalU. 



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The proposal that Sch\veni;iTs 
Kotilkes should, be .matched .qa 
letter'"? arrlval---}jrovldlng of course j 
the latter Is agreeable-'-sounds good.i 
According to the eastern iic-wf papers , 
the captain .Is playing a sterlniK| 
game as he inust be doing to have ^ 
rapTifred all the honors Which ho pus-} 
hcBses. .In .Scbwengers he would lind| 
a worthy oppotient. one y^'h.iA J^s a ^e- | 
unit of this season's play, stand* pre- 
eminent in the northwest. He is in, 
the position, mvlalde in a sense, and 
iinenvlal>le in anotlier, of being up- ] 
aide t" find hot r.n<>- or two men cap- | 
able nf furnishing him with , even al 
^;,-od practice match, 'rtvrefore, Capt. 
FouTkes" derlsiim to uiukc his hofno 
In Vlct^'1-1"- »»us'- tie very agreeable td' 
him. Huih wil^ have the mcaiia of 
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nish - a • wtrrprtBC for "^cBstern fans who / 
• I'all to.Klve then} credit for their show- 
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>Vestmiri8ter follcs may be called upon 
to pack/the jug uh and ship it to La- 
loride'a stamping grounds ln.„M.ontreul 



French "Xanadian Lacrosse 
Team Expected to Start 
West to Meet New West- 
minster Next Month 



VANCOUVER, Aug. 8.— Well, U be- 
gins to look as if western lacrosse fans 
would be calle'd upon lo exteiuV an in- 
vitation to the Nationals of Montreal 
some time next month. The l-'renchnien 
are going along like a hunch of wild 
Indians' iit the present time and, with 
only a couple of otlier clubs in the 
running with tlie Natlolrila. "Newsy 
Lalonde's team .slimiUl just about cop 
the N. L. U. bunting, li^y virtue of their 



A "Fat Year." 

Pat Feeney is enjoying a fat year. 
He Is going i)elter than ever and is a 
tower of strength to the champions' 
scoring divl.sion. 

Western senl')r amatPur teams who 
contemplate challenging for the Mann 
cup, emblematic of th" Dominion chani- 
plonshli*, had better look oyer the 
records of the eastern teams before 
they try. Age cut,s no figure down past 
and som«< of 'their sicnlor players are 
better players and mf)re ex^jcrlenced 
than their prufessionala. 





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Enthusiasts Talk of Matching 
Captain Foulk^s and B. P. 

Schwengers on Formers 
Arrival — Men's Doubles 



N«w Westminster will play over here 
a'galn ■ next Saturday. Then the Van- 
couvors will play In the "Koyal TTIty on" 
the two following Saturdays. 



This season will mark the passing of 
a few .stars in the national game, Rod- 
dy Finlayson,_ c.'harlle Qjuorrie, Johnny 
Powers, Tommy Glfford and Dolly Dur- 
kin are a few players who will hang 
up their sticks for good 'when the 



Nlctory over the other N. L.. II.— tea-ms present season draws to a- close. 



thf Nationals would then be injino to 
challenge for the Minto cup,__^d, ac- 
rordlng to latest reports ' from, _the 
eastern metropolis, they will be on 
tlielr -wav^-vvest- twbout the middle of 
HeiJtemlicr. . .^ - 

Nationals Speedy 

-—ftiejttbers -of— t-h«— Montreal team ex- 
" pres.'ted the opinion that th^e- Nevy 

\Ve«tminater< players >vould meet a ^^^ ^^ ^ ._^ 

fatster aggrregatlon than the-AI — iW .A - fs Vj iilOT'^h^tJt^k's'sTCce^Barly last spring* 

A. sent out hut it- is said that the 

Frenchmen are- never so aggressive 



away from home and they may suffer 
from oxtremti cold in tiie pedal ex- 
tremities before' they hit the Royal 
City. If this is the case they might 
just as well stay. A team must have 
the ntsrvf to go against New Westmin- 
ster, not becau.«e the Royal.', beat their 
upponents into submission, but it's 



"SPIT" BALI IN 

_, _ LAWN. J_ENNlS' 

SPOKANT:. Wash., Aug. 8.— And 
how comes" the "isplt ball" In tennis. 
R. E. t"allahan, a local player, who 
"has not lost a single set this season, 
and C. B3. Cole, his partner at the net, 
claim to be the Inventors of a pecu- 
liar stroke which jhey have used with 



The suggestion has been made, and 
it appears to be one worthy of consid- 
eration, that B. P. Schwengers, now 
holder of the three Pacific northwest 
tittles, .should be matched wit.-f Capt 
i-'oulkes, Canadian -champion, on ills 
arrival here. The latter will com* 
fresh from eastern tournaments while 
the former has Just passed through 
three rather stiff tournaments witli 
un(iualified success," Tlicrefore they 
would lake' the ■ courts in the best of 
shape and prepared lo give an exhlbl- 
*4lrion of the tin e st- t ennis. Then to add 
to the ihtijWr'st a meTi's doiTbles inlgHt 
be iiut on, introducing, for .instance. 
Schwengers and Cambie vs. c'aiit. 
l-'oulkes and ManRae. There is no 
doubt that tliesc two attractions would 
(ill the grand stand acconiinodatloii .it 
the new X'ictorla Tennis club's grounds 
to just us great an extent as ffid the 
finals aC last Saturday afternoon. 



Cole and Callahan have been win 
nlng ail kinds of trophies and side 
bets from numerous experts In .H])o- 
kane the last three months and up to 
date no other pair has taken down 
even as much as a package of chew- 
ing gum, CallHban dcelined lo dis- 
cuss the new ball following a game for 
$50 in which he and Cvle won two 
sets from S. A; Gordon an<l Fred. A. 



a rather risky undertaking to i>u!I ott 13V(>odmftrt by..;8eores of 6-4, and G-1 



anything in the Royal City unless yon 
buve the rieTVe'to back it up. In the 
first place you line up beforft. nbout 
I.'), 000 or 20,000 spectator.^, »\\ Western 
folks who can't sim> anything to it but 
the. west, and then again the players 
who represent the west feel that they, 
can get avv.ay with anything, and they_ 
can niakeMr mighty unpleasant for a 
visiting" teaih. • . 

The Nationals only h:ivr an outside 
chance to beat Now Westminster. The 
cup holders are not invincible, but if 
eastern reports are correct theJErfinch- 
men wilb not feel very much at home 
at Queen's park and will be Itching for 
a chance to beat it eastward before the 
matches are played. This may be 
wri>ng, In fact, there were thousands 
who charged Jack Johnson with be- 
ing •'chiektai hearted," iiut the cham- 
pion- never .showed lax-k of nerve In 
his life, ai-ul It may be the same in the 
case of the Nati'.nnls They inay fur- 



aftgr losing the second set ,Jjy 1--10 
on a nuke, byt said that It could not 
be handled by even the most seasoned 
player on the opposite side of the net. 
To demonstrate this lie and Woodman 
won four straight sets from. Cole and 
<}cl>don by these scores: 6-3, 6-2, 
6-1 and •;-" Joe'Tyler and 6ther 
cracks Hi lii' Northwest will be in- 
vited I" ti.\ conclusions with Calla- 
han. 



< >n their own grounds the \'lctorla 
Cricket Club seems to be invincible. 
They have handed their visitors thus 
far a cordial personal gr-eetlng and a 
most unmerciful beating as teams. 
Such good form Is pleasant to note be- 
cause It presages a \ictory ' for the 
capital in the forthcoming tourna- 
ment, which opens on the 22nd Inst., 
and cpntl-nues until the 27th. Success 
m this case means the Pacific north- 
west champlonsliip, , , 



_.jSliiCfl ach.w.eng;er'js»_decisiive victory 

ON-er Joe Tyler there have been some 
heard to say: "Oh, ho wasn't r'eally 
trying. -He was saving himself for 
the 'doubles." Whoever started this 
luMlllant remark oh Its rounds had- .a 
lot to do.. .-Vs a matter of fact the last 
man- wlii)=v, would, makf; such a claim 
would be the aforesaid Joe Tyler. As 
another Individual put it, he probably 
wiKS playing just a.s hard and we.ll a.s 
the strength of his opponent permit- 
ted. 

Talking about tennis, a very Inter- 
esting story la told by Arthur St. Pier 
in an article entitled "Some Tennis 
Champions." ISlblished in the August 
American , magazine. He describes 
some of the deciding moments In grt-at 
matches In which tennis history has 
b>ren made. In one of these, the pres- 
ent champion was an aetbr. and Mi*. 
Pier sa>s that the incident was pos- 
sibly the greatest disappointment 
Larned ever sustained on a tennis 
court. It occurred in his match With 
II. L. Doherty in the contest for the 
Davis International cup In 1903. The 
story la as follows: 

"The American had wim one match, 
the Englishman two; on the final day 
Wrenn played R. F. Doherty, and 
Larned played H. L. Doherty side by 
side. The Americans needed both 
matches to hold the cup. When at jjre- 
clsely the same moment In each match 
the s(;ore stood two aei.s ah, three 




of the .cpurt, had to decide and eup- 
ported /Doherty'a contontft)U. Doherty 
to'f*k ma place to B«rv» the aeeofira ball, 
Larned went Into position to receive 
It But, disappointment at being put 
back after/ thinking he had won that 
important game, seemed to deprive 
him of the quality ,which had been 
carrying- .hl.ru.,..»c»-,,.,.):t:,lUXniD»iftntJy; »" 
milled the second service, lost lh'.i 
next polnt,„and eventually lost tho 
game. ^Mr that he was beaten; tho 
Sext and flnargame of the set and 
match Dohertyv won tamely. oal-- 
mcnt everybody it saemcd that had. 
-ELrncd-8 beautifui ^troke at he cnt- 
ical point been allowed, he would base 
.held together and. taken the match. 



ISENltiS 

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A Handy Manager 

NEW YORK, Aug, 8.— Roger Pre.'?- 
nahan, catcher and mana-ier of the Ht. 
Loul« national league Ijaseball , team 
was (luoted today by his friends a.s 
thinking seriously of going back to 
pitching. If things fa)l to xbreak abet- 
ter for his pitching -fftHlT^ of twirlers. 
Presnahan broke into the game aw a 
pltclier for \Vasblngti>n and it was at 
Baltimore that .Mc(;raw turned him In- 
to a catcher. Only List week In Brook" 
yn, Bre^nahan, startled the— fans — by^ 
stepping Into the box -.'i a critical 
moment. . 



Soccer Teams of Vancouver 
and Vicinity iHave Taken 
Steps Already Towards Or- 
ganizing for the Season 



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H,.G. GAR.BETT„ 



; Champion tennis jilaj^-er of A^lberta w¥o 'Ts cx!)ccted.z^:.t0_.niccio 
"Fclrwenger.<v'J£ithei This Fall or Nexl_Sunimcr. 



Vancouver wise acres . niipear lo 
think it Is a forifgryne conclusain that 
the Montreal National lacros.sc team 
will be out here next month to meet 
and endeavor to take from New Wesl- 
n-inster tlie much treasured Mlnto 
cup. They have good grounds for the 
l>elk'f. The I'Yenfh Canadians cer- 
tainly are showing their opponents In 
ihe eastern league a touch of 'li tgh 
ife, \ViU, th,<-,y dp ,the,.8arnt) to New 
\N estmjnster';' Not on you're life. 'J'he 
fcockeye stick handlers may bo con- 
ceited, as many have, remarked. There 
iiuiy 1)0 some nasis for the comment 
of the lady who salfl: "The horrid 
things. They think they arc the 
uhole thing, and I'd just love to sec 
them boatan." • No, %Vestmlnster isn't 
lioptdar' ahHthg-tfie ■fa-lr'^Sex"' "bufslde 
their' own little co.mpiunlty. But, Jarge 



\-A NCOIJVBR, Mi^r -«■.— The Van - 
couver and District Football Assocla- 
.llon will again consist of,. six seniui! 
clubs in the first division.- Th-is v,-at» 
decided iit the annual general meeting 
of the first, division clubs held last 
Saturday evening at the National 
Sjjorts Club. 

- -Cluijs were rc|.r.-s.-nu:d ,.i lii. meet- 
ing by delegates were Thistles, West- 
minster, Hibernians, Celtics, -^ Sham- 
rucks and Westham Island. 

The following officers were elected:! 

Pres!d*'nt~Mrr Con Jones. 

i-^irst and " second vice-presidents — » 
Mes.srs. George Fordyce and , Tim Ma- 

honey. •— - 

Secretary-treasurer — .Mr. Hazlltt. 
A re.solntion :3jra?::paaaied-ttr ther7)^:fuzz 
feet that the association should con- 
tinue to play under the English foot- 
bali—Piilcs. Itr.-was also decided thaC 
Westminster should Iteep their placo 
in the first division league, and that- 
ihe_c.jQUitIam Club should bo notiflcii 
that they be allowed lo make appllca-« 

thm for membership to the leagjie. _ 

Messrs; .Mahnncy, Risk- and Fordyca 
were apiwlnbed to act as an-advisory 
comn»ittee to the constitutloia. It waa 
dei^ided to_hold_-a meeting of iho 
Teagtio next MohdfSy, "'more' particularly 
-■for tho i>urpose of drawing up tha 



headed or not, they are -he goods schedule for tlic coming season 



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games all. and thirty all, the ijlicctators 
were so racked with excj.fement that 
even the api>!ause for brilliant shots^ 
was short and nervous. It was no 
wonder if the rhost high-strung of 
the four players shouM >■■■ iiT^cted in 
such a situation. 

"In the latter part of that, fifth set 
between 'Larned and H. L.. Doherty 
there was sitperb tennis on each .side 
t'p to that point Doherty had had th[e 
appearance of always keeping some- 
thing In reserve; he often li^t; balls 
go which by an effort he might havc 
returned, and- he had preserved a 
provixklngly leisurely and unruffled 
demeanor. But with learned hot now 
for victory and playing the flashing, 
dashing game which is his at his best. 
DoJierty drew on all the skill and re- 
source and activity that he could com- 
mand. He raoked back and forth and 



across the court as vehemently as liis 
heavier antagonist. In, spUe of these 
cxtraorrHnary efforts, Larned seemed 
to bo having th.> better of the contest. 
With the games five all and Doherty 
serving, the score stood 15-40. Larned 
needed one pinTht for the vari.llage 
game, and It would thom be his serve, 
with every prospect of victory. Do- 
herty served the ball dtrwn the middle 
line on Ltirned's b^ck hand and ran 
to the net. From mo bas<s line Larn- 
ed returned _ the serve and made a 
clean and beautiful pass;' then, think- 
ing that he had won the game, he 
started to change courts. Doherty 
ijuestloned If the servlc6 had not been 
a fault. It was then discovered that 
the linesman who should have rendi'r- 
cd a decision on this point had tem- 
porarJIv ■ absented himself from his 
post.- 'The referee, sitting at the side 



when it comes to demonstrating Just 
h.ow the Canadian National garho ciii 
be cffectuall.v played. The French 
Canadians, if tliey are not sixty per 
cent, better than .Montreal, won't have 
a chance. 

Doubtless even tennis enthusiasts 
are tired of reading about it after the 
dose the>^~haTr during last week when 
Ihc; tournament ' was in continuous 
progress. Hbwever, It "is impossible 
to allow It to pass into history with- 
out giving It the graceful aend-oft it 
deserves. The mew courts on Cadboro 
Bay road were most charmingly in- 
augurated. Visitors and Victorians 
who attended were struck with the 
beauty of the site, the splendid judg- 
ment exercised in th.; laying out of 
the courts, tlie excellent condition of 
the turf and, rnf>re, than anything else, 
the efficient and busln'ibs-llke manner 
In which the various competitions 
were conducted. 



It was unanimously agreed that tha 
playing season should continue as 
forjnerly. 

■ Mr. .McLennan, of tho Lyceiim club, 
of Winnipeg, was present, and waiJ 
given a cordial reception. _____ 



Ni:W yortK, Aug. S.-r-Stanley Ket- 
chellhasan Inflamed right foot and 
will not fight Australian "Bill" Lang 
on Friday night at the Fairmont Ath-- 
letlc Club. The bout has been post- 
poned a week. 



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Thousand Islands. — Next Sunday 
the S. S. Iroquois will make one of 
those delightful trips among the Gulf 
Islands, slojiplng one . hour at Mayne, 
and returning via the plctures(4U0 
Pender Canal. Picnic parlies can 
I bring their liaskets and lunch under 
the trees. Take V. & S. train leaving 
Victoria 9.46 a. ra. Refreshments and 
music on board. For further infor- 
mation telephone .Ml. * 



We Have Developed 
Expert Tailors 



, It's team-work that win.s— 
"Persistent, heady tc;ini-{ilav." 

Yon st^.c the ln>;uiLiiul rc.snlt on tiie 
T.acrosfie field, on the Football "gridiron," 
and around the Ba.^cliall -diamond — in 
pvcry walk and work of lii'r ■•b'aia-play" 
whis out. 

!^ cm i- ready Taihiring is a system of 
ortraniz' d t - Min-work— -wholesale tailor- 
ing^— that develops team workers, tailor 
men who liecomc ".stars'' and "artists" in 
the conception and production of lino 
clothes for iricn. 

The (|iiickest man we convince is tho man 
who knows -tlb' n'l.iil t;iilor himself. 
Last s(>a.son H>(> nicndiiuit tailors in 
'Canada alone applied for the. Semi-ready 
Tailoring rights for their town. 




Trade Maik 





Bathing Suits, Working Pants, Outing Suits, Flannel Suits, 
Straw Hats, Auto Dusters, Tennis Hats, Neglige Shirts, 
Business Shirts are still being sold at Sale Prices 



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The Scmi-Rcady 

Wardrobe 



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Hundreds of bargains still to be turned into cash, as 



Thtc»- Billion Donblc-bre3«tr4 SatJtSuIn— In 
Sftjrt, WorUcdl iiid Tweed»— »t 115, fM 
«D() $25."" ■ 



room must be made for immense shipments 

of New Fall Goods 






B. WILLIAMS 




CO. 



Clothiers and Hatters. Exclusive Agents for Semi-Ready Tailori^g^ 614 Yates St. 





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Tu«»d«y, Aiigust 9, 19101 



\10i;bRIA I>AILY COLONIST 



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Lace Curtains 50c a Pair 

A. very low -fH4*^ fnr pooA Not- 
tlnKiuTm Lftco Curtaln.M. -'■; yis. 

IniiK- - ' — 

At 75o, Nottingham l-ac- ''ui- 

taltis, 3 yds. lonR..^- 

At $1.00, Nottingham Lnc- (~"ur- 

taliis. :i '4 yrlM. , loixfr' 
At S1.50 ftiicl 12.00 10 $4.00, re-iUy 

1 fTiinrkable valued In beautiful 
- n«w tleslt;ns, 3H yds. Jjuiiii^ 

See them today 

E. E. Wescott 

Sole Agenr for? M^t?nH JPatterna 

ami Fashion " JourriaT 
619 Yates St. TeL 26. 




Happenings 



A 100-iiminrl sturgeon was caught 
hy rin Indian nt Creston last week. ■ 



Merritt want.s a C. 
of Hoc. 



P. R. lelfgraph 



The Seattle Motor CHub held a ineet- 
irrs— at VuiK'Ouver on Saturday last. 



nectlng this thoroughfi^re wl^i the 
l>one Star mine ha« also been put in 
gpod condition and affords a navig- 
able route ftrr autolMs from Grand 
Fprka Into Phoenix. 

Archi/ Elwell was responsible for 
preventing a bad wreck on the l^ows 
Nest line between Ryan and iank 
last week, dlscoverlnj^ a burning log 
on the track so placed that Its pres- 
ence would not rM5 apparent to ap- 
proaching tralut„Jrnm the east untir 
they were close upon \t.. %Vlth dif- 
ficulty Elwell securpd assistance and 
removed the obstruction Jiist In time. 
By curlinis colnotde.ice his brother aud 
slater-ln-law proved to be paasengera 
on the saved train. 



We're 
Going to 
Extend 
Our 
Wharf 

Thi'^ pmvts that we 
are doing" \n rll in ^upiil)'- 
\nix Cont !"arii irs and 
lUiildrr-. wiih ilu'ir nia- 
lerials. 



D, Nicholson has the^contrttct for 
the erection of the now general hos- 
Iiital at JLadyanilth. 

Tun bear cubs constituted a novel- 
ty in I lie offerings at the New West- 
iiihi.'<i(r market on Sa^.urday last. 

Detectives have been engaged by 
the' municipality of Pentlcton to ap- 
prehend' and convict fruit thieves. 

A rn'eetlrig Is to lie held tomorrow 
evening at Cumberland for the-organ- 
izatioii there of a c itizens' league. 

Maurice Durroll has been committed 
for trial from Cranbrook, on a charge 
of horse stealing." 

'workman and Syme have been 
given a live years' sentence at Van- 
couver for robbery^-with-vloleftce. 

Tin is being' found In the placer 
claims In- Oniineca as welt as those 
of the Klondike. 

Xelson aistrlcrrs sending a credit- 
able and representative exhibit of 
ores to the Vancouver exhibition. 



MAY BE NO MORE 





Civic Appro^Fiation Has Been 
Exhausted and Unless More 
Fun'ds Supplied. - Musical 

Series Will End 



S. Poison, a practical ni wspapermfin 
in all senses of the term, ha.s pur- 
chased the Armstrong Advertiser. 



The colonization company that re- 
cently acquired the Carlln interests in 
Grindrod and adjoining properties has 
comple,ted surveys and will shortly 
put the estate on sale. 

It is~stated that ,the famous Doug- 
las lake ranch has been sold to P. 
Burns- -& Co. for nothing less than 
Jl.uOO.pOO. 

Bill Hoblnson has been committed 
for trial for breaking and entering 
the home, of James Rea a,t Reid Isl- 
and with felonious Intent. 



There- may be' no more band'^concerts 
this year and all liecause Alderman 
H umber, chairman of the parks com- 
mittee, was Si) anxiou.s to give the resi- 
dents of Victoria a good thing and lots 
of it. The approiiriution of $1,500 has 
been expended and unless. the council 
sees fit to contribute a further amount 
for concert purpo!»es no more sWeet 
strains will be heard In the city parks. 
In fact the appropriation has been ex- 
ceeded as two concerts 1iave been 



refulatinff the driving «C velilclefl. Otie 
of Mr. Calwell's driver* was convicted 
of leaving a tally-ho wlthou fastening 
the horses. He was assisting aome! ][ 
pasaqiigers aboard the yohlcle,, and| ,, 
necessarily had to drop the Ub©». 
This 1b the utfual course for drivers' '' 
of vtihlcles carrying paBsengera, and' 
Mr. Alkmaih' believed thp bylaw went 
too far in providing that "No person 
shall sutler or permit any horse, to 
run at large or stand in any street of 
said city wltliout being sufficiently 
secured to v^revent Us running away." 
Mr. Alkman stated he had himself 
counted six rigs on Broad, street where 
drivers were forced tlo drop their lines 
and get out o(f their rigs fur the pur- 
pose of attending to necessary details 
connected with their ^'business, the 
drlvef all the time Vielng about his Hg 
and ready In case the horses started. 
Mr. Alkman Bugge8«,e4...that the bylaw 
be amended In order ty permit a 
-driver to do ^\vhat is riooesaary about 
his rig so long as he 1« not away fruin 
the sanie. As the bylaw now reads H 
is necessary for every rig in the city 
to have a driver and another man to 
do the necessary work outside of driv-| •' 
Ing. 

Mr. Alkman'8 communU^atloti was 
referred to the police cunimiaslbn. 1 
&eoks Loflal Advice ' '" 1 

The city sulicilor will be asked to 
give tt«-oi>lHlon as to wh'etlier the city 
can split up a local improvement AVcirk | UJ 
into two or more sections^o that, the f 
law which proliibits the city contri- T 3 
liutlug more than tli, (too on any one I ' 
work cull be got around. The law i ^ 
says thai it any greater sum is to be t '^^ 
contributed by tljit?J^ty the bylaw mu.st * . 
be voted upon by the ratepayers. At 
Ijreaent the city splits such work into • ■ 
several parts witli a liylaw for eacji ? ^ 
so that the $10, UOO coj.iiributed under ♦ 
each bylaw bring* ,,the^riotal tu. the 
amount to be given by tire city to- 
ward.s the entire work. Aid. Banner- 
man believed that such a jjollcy was 
msM-ely an attempt to evade the spir-iti 
of the act, and might not be legal,; 4 , 
though this course hud been followed i t uj 
in many local improvement works. 1 
^ayor Mor4er -agreed with. Aid. Ban- ♦ Qi 
nerman while Aid. i-angley was of thci f 
oplfvleHv- -that tl?o method adopted by ^ '*-' 
the city was perfectly regular. t >— 

Tenders for the su pfny of the ne- » 
cessary parts to rej>lace the defective :][ 2: 
portions of the pumping engines snp-j ,, 

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"DON'T 




Here is a ,,rupo.siti..n that is not a speculation but a sound Hivestment and why 
should you hesitate. Much money has been made in the past few years in realty m Oak 
1 av but u.dhiuK^ to l,e compared to the money that shall be made during the next few years. 



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plied by the D'Ollier Engineering 
Works for the salt -water, high pres- 
sure system, were received from the 

• "^"'=" "- -■•• - - ,, ., 1 John McDougall Company, of Mon- 

given for whlch~thore are no available j ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ .^^^ $6.1X0, and from 

'""'*'■ ' J. B. H. Rlckaby. Victoria. for 



Raymond & Sons 

613 Pandora Street 



I'hnne 272 



Res., 376 



Dan Vultch of Nicola has been sent 
to._lia.mloops Jail to await trial on a 
seduction charge, the alleged victim 
being a girl of less than eleven. 

Forty-three miles of the -G. T. P. 
out of Prince Rupert are now open 
tnr t'o^stractlon'tftilhs. tUc n<«WXen- 
irdi bridge now being in use. 

Mio Leshgold, a flve-years-old Vnn- 
louverlte. .me.t death' fn a mirrry-go- 
round mishap ftt Vancouver c^Satur- 
ibiv last. . — — T — n — -—• 

liriti.^': '^^imbia is to be arl':'- 
{]ua,tely ,represenSe(TTT Hie flrst ■ Bu - 
c^ariat Congress, of Ajnerlca,. to. .be 
held in Montreal In the near future. 



STEWART 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Geary Street, above Union Square 

Just opposite Uotel St. Francis 

European Plart SI. 50 a day up 
American Plan $3.00 a day up 
A new steel and brick structure. 
Furnushed at a cost of $200,000. 
Every comfort and convenience. 
A high class hotel at very moder- 
ate rates. In the center of the the- 
atre and retail district. On car 
lines transferring to all parts of 
city. Omnibus meets all trains and 
steamers. Elaborate booklet with 
splendid map of San Francisco free 
on request. 



HOTEL STEWART 




streets are being laid out «! Port 
Mann, wharves are to bo provided and 
factory Bites allotted In the near fu- 
ture. Liots In the townslte will be 
! on the market this autumn. 

Mr. Shatford, the hardworking mem- 
t ber for Slmllkameen has twice visit- 
' ed every part of his big constituency 
' si nee the close of the last session of 
r the house. 

' Complaints not loud but deep are 
made bv travellers aS' to the awsorno 
stench arising from the whaling sta- 

! tlon at Rose Harbor— at present most 

IlnaplTy named. 

! Prlnce-,-2Uu)fii-t Is to havir"a baby 

show in connection with Its llrst au- 

ftumnal exhibition. . With a Stork 

i for mayor of the city such a show 

should be a great success. 

A little Swedish girl a,t Camp 1, of 

thft K. R. V. construction received 

I seTioti's injuries and permanent dis- 

! ligurement as the result of a kick from 

I a horse a few days strtce. 

Cons! .iinSen \Vho recently re- 

.signed ironi the provincial police 



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Sarrison hot 
springs, b.c. 

The most noted summer resort 
in the Pacific, Northwest. 

A PLACE FOR THE 
CONVALESCENT 

Situated, only 7n mlb .«• rr..iii i.l\e 
....Coast "Hmtd~iiiiBtirprt^«s»>d setm- 
ery. Writ'e-for 'le.serlptive book- 
let and rates 

St. Alice Hold 

Harrison II, .t Siirlng.'^. U.'.'. ■ 



MOTTCE OF DISSOLUTION 

TAICK NOTIt'IC that the par.tnor.thln 
• nUofnrp fiubslfitlng l?^wcen ' John 
Krasor nni] John Morrison at Victoria, 
B; C, dndwr the f^tyle of 'Traner and 
Morrison." was dissolved on \h<« iBt 
day. of AuRust. 1910, and that the said 
buHlnoss will In thr future be cftrrl«l 
MM !hy John Morrison, to whom nil out- 
stari'llrit; .ii-r^'uit.'i are payable and who.. 
n-tn !"■ re quinsnile lor nil llnblHtle."* In 
I i.mv i-i 1..11 Willi h\f ."did Inislness- 
.fOHN FHASKR. 
JOH.V MORRISON. 



which body he represented at Crest 
— has been appointed an inspector of 
the Immigration Department at Win- 

■ ; >• 1 ::....!•.; I-O..U! work in the Kere- 
!i - district has been temporarily 
;u ijcnded for a fortnight pa.st in or- 
der that the farmers of the dL-^trict 
m.-iv obtnin :ifCessary assistance in 
111, . ■ < I • ■' t . 

Jack Altitiroe, tlte miner, once of 
I'hoenlx, wha a few years ago made 
i i«,p» amateurfg attempt to wrest the 
he:ivy weight championship from. Its 
then holder, Jim Jeffries, Is art— pres- 
ent of Klk City, Cobalt. 

I iinounced that . the Brooks- 

1 Scatilon . UunfTBtr-.Co. has abandone^^ 
I It.s liftention of -arectlng a large mill 
i at Merritt to .cut the logs from' the 
I company's holdings on .the Coldwater 
iriv.-r: 

G. T. VVilliaiii.'i. ooiniiiiUtMi a; rrlnce 
ilupert for setting fire to his lodging 
, h.fi"- (,if._Htlik:k.._cxime... Jie. made u. 
ji ) has asked for a speedy 

' (U 1. .;,..;. atlon of the charge against 
{ him, and his' .trial M Set for Thurs- 

A youiiff lad named Eggleston was 
! drowned In thi* Kettle river last Kri- 
' day While hathln^ . , It was the old, 
old «tory.of,.a non-awlmmer ventur- 
ing 'beyond . hl« depth and his mm- 
pantona proving injwerless to s;i\f 
him. ,. 



funds. 

Mayor Morley stated at last night s 
council meeting that he had nolllled 
.\lderman number that the appropria- 
tion was exliaualed and that until 
more is voted there could be no more 
concerts. The ainiroprtatlon is now ex- 
ceeded about $240. .-Vlderman llumber 
did not get the order froin ,the mayor 
until too late to stop the advertisement 
for last Sunday's concprt held at 
Beac^Hi Hill pi;irk. He called up His 
Worship on the telephone on Sunday 
morning and explained this and then 
notified the band master. The latter 
called upon the mayor and It was de- 
cided that as the advertisement had 
appeared In the Colonist the concert 
should be held, but the mayor inform- 
ed Hand .Master Rogers that he could 
give him no assurance that the band 
would be paid tor its services as thiit 
would be a matter for the council. 

Alderman Harirlson. believed that the 
necessary additional funds coufd be se- 
CLU:ed, from the, other park appropria- 
tions, and on the mayor's Kugg<*9tif>n 
a report of what expenditures have 
been made for park purposes will be 
prepared. Tte amount.'? due for the last 
two concerts were referred to the li- 
iianre committee for favorable con>nl- 
eratl >n. 

, F«ils to Supply. Qoods 
Because of the Inability of the Vic- 
toria Machinery depot to supply the 
ne^^essary qiuintity of castings for 
various civic works great delay in the I 
pro'secutlon of such works is occurlng 
according to the statement of the clty_l 
store keeper, \V. Gait. The company-j 
secured the contract to supply the city 
with castings for catch basins, grat- 
ings, manhole covers, etc., but oPriers 
given In June are still unfilled. In brass 
castings, the contract for which was 
awarded the conjpahy In December 
last, the situation, Mr. Gait jivers. Is 
even worse the supply of various size 
of castings being exhausted- and. none 
forthcoming, from the c6mpa.ny."r 

Mayor Morley stated that the city 
engineer had been forced to" get cast- 
ings elsewhere at a price forty-five 
cents each over the figure at which 
the Victoria Machinery company had 
taken the contract. He had seen the 
manager of the company- who had In- 
timated that the company would throw 
up ther contract as there had been so 
much trouble over the weighing of 
the casting.*!. 

The city solicitor stated that even 
If -there Is not a penalty clause the 
city could collect damages f.o- tii.. .-om- 
pany'6 failure to supply tb' The 

solicitor. will report. 

Hereafter the work of horse-shoeing 
the city horse.<» will be divided amon.g 



$5,86i:19. The tender 3"^wer& TfeTerfed" ! ; 
to the electric light committee. This 
committee reported recommending tho 
acceptance of the tender of L. A. 
Borde, at $3,481, for the construction 
of conduits for the, distribution system 
of the cluster lighting on Vates street 
between Douglas street and Blanch- 
ard street. The engineer will also be 
authorized to order sixteen cast Iron 
poles tor this lighting sj'sttm.- The 
engineer recommended the purchase 
of a Koehring special street paving 
niachine for concrete mixing m a cost 
of $1,825. 



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WINTER GARDEN PROJECT 

Mr. Ian St. Clair Again Makas Proposi- 
tion for Amusement 
Enterprise 



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For residential [uirposes lots in this subdivision are unsurpassed. They ;ire within 
three or four mi nutes' easy walk from str eet car and Oak Bay beach. Close to .school anrl 
recreation p;t'rT<. ~ ~ 

Prices from $475 to $700 

\\-r\ reasonable terms, r'.uildini;- restrictiorts $1,500. 



The project of"»i w'tn4^fer g;irdeii on tht> 
City property at thf 'r^wr of the ICmpre?'" 
Hotel, which caanti before the councU of 
last year, but did not materialize. Is 
again to the fore. Mr. Ian St. Cltflr. who 
apiiroached tlie i-lty on two previous 6d- 
f-H.-^lons. has again suggested the advls- 
atilllty of conilfiK to some arraiigettJeiit 
whereby \'lctorla wonld have a winter 
(imusoment place which would be wo r thy 
of the city. The Idea is to ere* t a 
tiieatre and pavilions, one ori either side 
of tlie theatre, on land owned by the city 
behind the hotel. In one pavilion wuulil 

Mr. St. Clafr. in his conimunication to 



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ISUND INVESTMENT CO., LTD. 



Bank of Montreal Chambers 



•Phone 1494 



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the eatcrprlse would be provided. He 
be an assembly, hall and In the other 
the main feature would be ffesh and suit 
water ■fewlmm'Tng tanks. In tho corri- 
dors of th? pavilions a permanent' ex- 
hibition, of Vancouver Island resources 
could be made. Provision would be 
made for all the popunar features of such 
establishments. 



the council. does not state what the city 1 should not supply «">' f"'^""^''« ""^^ |'° 



Is expected to' contribute, but he refers 
to the fact that wli<;n the project wnn 
before the council of last year and a free 
site was requested, the council refused 
to Buhmtt a bylaw to permit of the giv- 
ing of 'he site until a guarantee wa.s 
forthcoming that the capital to carry out 
hai, on the other hand, coiiterdcd that he 



was In possession of the Teijjse. Now, ho 
states, he sees a way out of the difll- 
culty, and desires to apaln lake the mut- 
ter up with the city. 

The council decided la.«t nU'ht that if 
Mr St Clair Is in a position to submit 
a l'..i=:lnes.«, proposi.tlnn he will be heard 



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Maricopa Oil Company, 



Under Canadian 
Control 



Angeles, California 



Under Canadian 
Control 



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Charles HolrtntTr.'^who wasi a' 'fort- 
night ago committed for trWl at 
Hazelton f<ir felouloualy wounding of 
a companion, has li.ui speedy trial be-; 
fore Judge Yoimg. and s.ecurpd a di?- 
rft4s.'«nl on the Insufficienry of e\i- 
dcm-e ofTered against Him. 

:oad to th<^ .S'o ~ mine 
from I'li.'cnix l.«i approachi ip comple- 
tion and will make an admirable 
drlvcwi\y. Tho old wajon roadj^jwn- 



the various horse-shoera of the city j 
as evenly as possible. Complaints had 
been made thjit one or two shops were I 
getting all the work' and a report of I 
the city purchasing agent showed this j 
to be the case, all the tire horses being] 
shod at Hay's shop, who does the 1 
work for a total of thirty horses out 
of the thirty-five owned by the city. 

Klre Chief r)avis explained that when 
he first came to the ctt.}" there had 
been .considerable trouble' with the 
work and on the advice' of the city 
veterinary the fVre department wo«k 
was given to Mr. Hay who has done 
good work. To have the Jiorses shod 
at different ahop.s wouJ<l not result In 
vmiformly good work. 'That had been 
shown by experience. The chief did not 
wish to .crrncTze the work of the shops. 
Want More Time 

-The policy oi gisliig more time to 
those owners of buildings which have 
been condemned, by the city as tin- 1 
safe and a menace and a nuisance to | 
the pu))llc was again brought tiii by | 
an aiijillcation from Mellor Bros.. T^im- , 
Itcd. askl^ig that they be allowed fiO 
da.v.s' extensirm. Aid. Bannerman was ' 
averse to the ej<;ten.«ion. slating that' 
the cdrapany \vas last year granted 
an extension, but even' then did not' 
detnolish the buildings which they are 
n.f)w occupying. 1 

Aid. Kullerton pointed out thiu' 
while the builfilngs are fire traps Vet 
the company w'as_jj(,»J;_la._ blame. JltJ 
was Its Intention to erect nev*, pro-1 
mlses on Fort street, but it was oidy 
within the past few days that It could 
get the strr.-t llne,.«nd consei-nirntly 
the new building covud not be ready 
by the Hme the cit>'.H flr,«i timl' limit 1 
expired. 

. Fire Chief Oavi*! pronounced tlio 
present T)ulld!ng.i fire traji.^i.' saying 
th'>v shi'uld have beOn pulled ilou 11 
before. The matter was referred to, 
th»> city building Inspector. 

J, .v. .Mkmnn, on behalf n{ IiIh (.lient, 
.Vlr. Hugh falwell. called attention 1,, 
tb« etrlnfeney of the present b>U\v 



Capital, $1,000,000 



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Study the following prices of oil stock 
what this Company's prospects arc. 

cnt Price. Dividends, 

10% monthly 
10% rhdiitlily 



Issue Price. 
....-.$ ..15 



•35 
•15 



2.25 



3^00 
4.00 



25 

25',' 



.Lucile 

Saner Dough . . . 

Sterling 

Caribou 

San Fran. 

McKilti i 

shares 

PfHTlcSS 

Mxiil 111 i!"- 
.uldition. 

Dividends on Listed Stocks for May 
?1,336,626 

Total Dividends to Date, 
S:?1,2SI,J>02. 



^'- fuiarterly 
idy 



28.50 
7.00 



30% monthly 
6c per month 



.nip-intM pfty special honuse.' 



Sill 



This Company owns a lease of 60 acres in section 32, 12-23, ui ihc^vcry 
heart of the Alaivkopa Sunscf Field, surroundi^d by gushers of flovvmt; wells 
for a royalty Of 1-7 of the oil pcotiMseed, 

The Lake View Gusher^ within 2 miles, has produced over ?3,ooo,ooo in 
Oil durinK 3 months. Now flowing 40,000 barrels per day. 

The Obispo, within '4 mile of our property, brought m a 10,000 barrel 
\\W\ on 5th June at 1.800 feet. 
NOTE THE LOCATION— WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING 

Extract from the I.us An^-elcs Times, July 17^1— L'*rom a corrcspon- 
(lenl-^Oji Section 30, which is within three-quarters of a mile of the Lake- 
view gusher a tremendous well has recently been brought in, which I saw 
flowing at the rate of 1,000 barrels per hour. As Congressman Male has 
aptly said I prefer lliis well t.) the big one of the Lakeview, as it is abso- 
lutely under control and j^hould be a steady producer for years to cume. 
This' well holds the record i-n the Midway field for having been drillerl in 
seventy davs with a ten-inch casing its wh..h- depth of 2,163 feet, and its 
prodiLCtion'is remarkable when it is considered that the oil was struck after 
the drillers had entered the oil sand but two feet, whereas in the case of the 
Lakeview I under.stand thcv entered the oil sand sixteen feet before the big 
production camcabout. Jiisl south of Section 30, the company is drilling 
two' wells on the fortv and sixty acres it owns on Section 32. One of the. 
.wells is down over 1,200 feet an/1 will reach the oilsand at about 1,500 feet. 

The MidwayTToHlirrnT^N^i'i^ 3^T Company's property, 

brought in a similar Wirll on jftily 4th last, at a depth of 1.920 feet. 

Contractors expect to reach oil in cjO days. 
One Well Producing 1,000 Barrels per day Means a Profit of $^500 per-day- 

to the Company 



Drilling Commenced July 20th. Watch the Drill. 

Qvr, ,?rn,-,rv> Shar--; have bcert sdld. privately in I^'ince Rupert and Vancouver. 

Shares of $1 Fully F^aid and Non=Assessable, now each 25c 

As <^nnn as the I )r,il reaches 1,000 feet the i-ricc will be raised Ih'soQ. ■• Cil wiH bc reached at i,8oo feet to 2,ooo feet. 
then'subject tcr-titiotati\3ii on theiOil Exchang?. Today you .11 v dollar bills for 25c. 



Price 



I Will Pay qc per Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Time Within Six Month, at $1.00 per ShUT J 

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SEND FOR PROSPECTUS 

FISCAL AND TRANSFER AO 



A T C 4 rt F^^SCAL AND TRANSFER^ A< 

A. 1 • rrarnp lOn MahoflBuiWlni, Victoria, 



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LOW-PRICED ISLAND 
FARMS 

N.' "salt WHUING *1SLA.\M.i. r.OO FEKT 
WATERFRONT— 110 Acri?.s, with 30 fenced, 
7 acre.s dt'at'ecl and' luider cri-ii). Thoj'e'H a 
four- roomed house, gdod lop ham, y '^.hick- 
en houses, now, a k»*J<1 well and two living 
spring, 30 fruit t«!t'en, mostly upple.' Every 
bit of this W.Jld Is good, amic.xilalna l,5ft0 
fn-t (if watcrfroiitagc, with good d*>op vvatofr 
ITlce .*i>,;i(ii). nn. '-third i5ash, balance can be 
arranged. 

lUO' ACRKS, rf. HALT Kl'Hl.N'G LSUANU—Fivu- 
nille.s from Ganges Harbor, 15 acres slashed 
and sectd^M". There's a log hoiiKo on the prop- 
erty. Splendid garctcn and fruit trees. AVater 
whlch-'is derived "from 8tr-»a4fl.,.aiid springr-fs- 
exeeWeht. Only one-quarter mllo froni the 
lake Wagon road imsaea ea<'li end of the 
.property.. This -14-3 acfca could vxiry approprl-, 
ate'IFTJe" lise'd fbr sheep" farhilng. jPricc, on 
terms, Jl,i00 or ^tvHl exchange- tOT~ good' reBi- 
dential property In Vtctorla* , ^^ 



Rockland Ave. 

HAND50MB RHSIDENC€ WITH , 
TWO ACRES OF GKOUND 

We art;Joi.:.tiiiiat<.- cnotig-lv to ha\ c 
listi'tl with us a-hunclsoniie lo-ruoui- 
ed, nrQdmi4ivelli,o.g.,3VJ.H.i.lwa 
of ground, HiK.! wc have no liesita- 
,,;tioii in snyinp: that this will make a 
-i>catitit"nl home i(.jr \vlioe\'ei- i.s 
lucky cnouj.;h Id purchase il. 

: .XltC. siiiroumlings ; are all that 
couici-lje desired, and the location— 
Rockland Avenue — is the' fitrest and 
most exclusive in V'ictoria. Ivvery- 
thing thargbes to ni?.l-<' up. a niod-' 
enk' residence, with dclighthil 
g roTTnrls, will he fi)und in this ins- 
t^ince, " . 

"Price is $2StQoo_on w hich fay- 
oraWe'lerhis will be given.' ■^- ~" 



i:,L) ACltKS SALT SPULXCi ISI^AND;— ^''''^'■'-^' 
liO aert'H cleared, and the larger portion can 
be cleared with very little trouble, ('lone tn 
water, and juSt off the main mad. Land Is 
ali''^ood. Price $3,500 on tt'rm.s. 

VESUVIUS BAY, SALT SPRrXO ISLAND, 
550 ACRES— About 30. acres of this is cleared 
and tho balancie is in very good timber. 
Property has a water frontage, with- in. ex- 
. rilent bay; Price, $12.00- per^fre. 

lf>0 ACRES S. SALT SPRINO ISI:^AiNl)— Mnin 
Toad rung through property. ;:o acres of ex- 
ceTen t"^oilgiiTfrg lamr.'Two gond Tf ult" b?nTrThK 

- orchards aniHtiti* of sm^H. fruits, Lake i,s 
well stocked with trout. There are a few 
buildings on the land. Price, on terms, $3;500. 
Adjoliving wharf in front of thi.s property can 
bo i)urohased, a blacksmith's shop for $500, 
and ia good Ktimmer sjitB r\ ext^ttf Tvharf can 
also be. bought'. for $500. The~Tgtter, wdu,Jd 

s make an Ideal location for a gum mer h oardin g 
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'Situated in Esquimalt district, bping io^rl miles, frinr;,, the city aiul Ics:^ than (luartet of a 
mile frrini flag station "u E. &N. .Rail'way,^ 

52. acres., of which 14 acres are cle'arcil ;ni'l under cuUivaiinu, halaucc in rock and timber, 
lIuTf being Vilioul J,(K)o cnrds of wood. 

'riie land is all tile drained and fenced an d has. au orchard of 1,400 trees, i ,,^cx) Pippins 
3 i-.a_.ycars old, ioq. as)Soi=ted pears, iieuchcs, etc, of v.-hirh 20 are in full bearing.- 

., .2sIx:vv-4.-i-.2-,i.toi"eY tfwelling of si.\ rooms, batlLand puutry, small cottage, four new chick- 
en houses and tisiial barns, four wells-ef-good vvater besides runnin^g^Ltfeani^^io ideal place, 
and a money maker. ' "' " 

Price $14,000 on Eas^Lj^erms- 



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p. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

Money t^J^an. Fire Insurance Written. Stores and Offices to Rent. | 

113Q BROAD STREE T. P. O. Box 428 | 

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$3600 



. ■ will buy 

A New House on Cook St. 

This pretty six-roQined. Bungalow is only ane block 
from car line, one block from park and athletii: grounds. 

Th? house is modern in every way, burlapped walls, 

panelled staircases, plate Tails, cement foundations and 

cement floor in basement, and furnace. Pantry 

cupboards, etc. ^^v" 

, , Very Easy Teifms 



4 Acres on 

Car Line 

$2000 

PER ACRE 



tils has atine slope, and is all cleared . 
Very ftn'^ piece oi ground {or..*T^^-. • 



dividing. 






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FOR A I^IVE-ROOMED COTTAGE ,XEAR PARLIAMENT 
BUitolNGS, containing, gas, electric light, hath, hot and cold 
wi^tcft. Lot is 60 X i2or For terms and particular.s apply to 



PEMBERTON & SON 

614 FORT STREET 



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iOtP MEDALIST N0Em=1?C!' 
LAND INSTITUTE ■>• MINING- 



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The Milling Stock Market. 

Th(; inihlng .siuck marUet, partKMilarly 
as rogarila tins Coeur d'Alene 
after n-h>ng period of tUiIlnpss. 
to show decidfd Plgns of rei ; 
aro now many i>r(fperM<'a 1: 
d'Alencs in varloii.s s'l;i 
mcni, fr6m ihu proapeci 
mill 



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', tlip, welKht of the charges Is smaller, 
' t+re' "crittt- 1« wit^irMetl - *n<J — ,tlie . '^lu«t 
I wetted, and because the pressure water 
] <ll.s'places the llr.'damp from the c.oal 
i within the Hphet* of impregnation. The 
Impregnation jrrocess l« atlvndeci >Vitl> 
great difficulties in scams where the 
adjacent roCk Is cleaty, friable and per- 
mealiie liy the presBure water, stnco. In 
th«si> circums'Hncea, '.thfv rock I.s eaHily 
wetted and even begin to ercep in such 
a manner aa to necessitate ^reat care. 
Where t lm floor i a bad. -trhe ' bbrehnlPB 
shonlil) be dri'Ued close to the roof, and 
vice \'ersa. In any case the 'water 'sup- 
ply must be shut off as soon as the 
llrst dropa begin to exude from thp 
coal-face. Other experlm.ental prevent- 
ive, measurPB ha'^'e' failed to afford any 
ri^Tfiible and pern>an€nt success. Tn the 
vicinity of faults, agatn, the irr^ "!-.""«. 
tlon fnust l>e carried on with 
omitted nltoK"ther. 




GRANT & LINEHAM 



P.O. Box 307 



633 YATES STREET 



Phone 664 



HBAbOPFlC^S^ 



LINE 
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HAM-SCOTT SAND .(?#. GRAVEL CO. 
HAM & CO; Jordan River. 



nilnca, 
besins 

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that <Jc-at'rve altentioii. 
mi/nt.s In them at the pres-i 
m the very moilerate rates now 
'],A\e every rfti.'fonaljlL- ciiance (if uwkinK 
handsome profits for the io' -ime 

profits will conie quickly, ■ >^'1!1 

come late. Imt it Is a gooil niiiuut; cn'un- 
try to gret into, anU.lt may ^)e said to 
the credit of tho.«o oporatlHiir propertl'.'ln 
there thai the money sulmcrlijed on ap- 
aessmenta and from the sale of treas- 
ury stock, for the mo.st part, is .tn-lnf,' 
honestly and IntolUgEnlTy u^d in fur- 
therance of the Ititerests of slockhold- 
.erg; -and not in o Ktr a^;' 
offices and managfrni'i 

How /to Prevent QeneratJon of Ooaldaat. 
..\H' far bacU n.-* 18»0_^i'rivy .Vllniu« 
( 'ounciUor Melssrter ' observed that- coal', 
Uuft Is form^id, not merely In the opera- 
tions of winning., but especially hy the 
pressure. Of the ground, and settles on 
tlie clcaiB and llSHures of the coal-face. 
In ord^r to render this coaldusl 'harm- 
io.ss by_waterln« hpfore Its entry into 
tUe pit workinK«7"'Mei.SHner devlstU a 
process by means of which, water un- 
der a pressure of fi-om 10 to 20 atmos- 
pheres, was forced . for S^me considera- 
ble time into a borehole, 40 inche.s In 
depth and fitted with a.stuff'ini? gland in 
the mouth; — This watiar Impregnaied the 
coalface In sijch a manner aa to enalMe 
thoTPOBl to Ue Bot down free fl-om dilta. 
Th"» process, however, sviffered I'roni 
certain de'ficiehclea, ,an^""rri mariy' iti-.l 
stances could not ho- brought to a suc- 
ee!^af\il i.«kuc; lis nplllleall'^n >as thefe- 
fore restricted to a few mhi,e^ ajid giveh 
up also in these after a short time. In 
fact it fell into obHvton- for some' years, 
until on the occa.sion of the Radh.nd. <'X- 
ploHlon in th.i airtutTjn of lnf<t .v-ear tlte 
Inventor and the Dortmund nidtrttt Of- 
n.orif Minos took the InltUat'CC-lo make 
f,,.sh .•xpe£iment.s, which weio carried 
uot in the first plat'o at the. Scharn- 
l,,.r«l coUiprV near Durtniund. At the 
MUKK-Htlon of iMlnlnK ('ounolll.M- K,<jlthn-- 
nor, tiio eicperimpnts w. r 
with deep<-r boreholes thai. 
iij lS!»0,-nnd vvllh,R pockinK oi: tin 
),ol.> not at liM'Mif.^r fdire, ^;"» s"^""* ^^''' 
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e .s.'i.ld t-nllii-ry, Mr. llu- 
ThJtf.'-arratiKedtt means nrr more ef- 
fective 'pacltLac—at. the bore-hole itioulh. 
The trials made In av seam of bitumin- 
ous coal In the Scharnhorst colliery not 
only resulted in the suppreH.5lon of dust 
vvhde the coal was being Rot down, hut 
also In the looserrinfi; of the solid conl 
by the static pressure of the water, in 
such .a (.manner that no blastlnj? w-as 
necessary. Thh experiments were then 
continued in a numbci- of other, collier- 
ies in Westphalia. At the DorstfRld col- 
liery a simplified form of stufflnR 
gland was tried;- and after nnmeroua in- 
coal-faco and t.h'- Imprefrnatlon /of the 
coal-ffce nnd the prevention of dust 
formntl veil as the loosening of 

the cofi ■ effected in such a suc- 

cessful aiunner In, thirteen out of elx- 
f(i bituminous seams 
nv-iu could be mado 



tei-n steeply pltd 
that a orinitm-nce 



with a ju-'cess oM 



a systematic scuP'. 
In seams that are of Very comi>actr-»*t^ 
porous .structure, like the Yestphallan 
gas' coal seams, the method I la lm))rac- 
Ucable. In -the dusty. 'bituminous 
seams, however, the water' permeates- 
tho p6res, cleats, and fissures of the 
ooal— which can he heard f.o tear, break 
.TnjT f'vcn dftortate — flio tln)p required 
fnr this penetmttlon varylns frotn ten 
minutes to si/ hour.s; with the result 
that thecoal/cnn he ROt dowri -without 
ehot-Hrinp, i/nd Is permeated thrnugh 
and ,<hrougl/ wfth water, so that it no 
lonffer plves off dust ilurlnR r8m»v«lT- 
ioadJOK. or haulage 

• VarJ-lagr Conditions. 
■ lltlons nirdf'r which 
pri'triiHmi.u; and hydraulic hlM.-in.^ ■>( 
porous bitu nil nous seamj«-*«a~practlca-. 
hie vary very considerably, and can only 
he ascertained by numerous expe.rl- 
mentH. When^JJie coal Is porous and 
ni'tld a presHur.) of SO atmo.ipheres . Is 
sufficient, whereas irAire c o Vnpni-t a trur- 



System of Brininif. 
.Slncp ronshh ■ exist In 

the charac'' r ne struc- 

ture of co^ ,>>ultable position, 

direction a:.: , - ■it the boreholes 
can only be ascprtalned, for pach seam 
by oxperiment. In the majority of In 
stances It Is advisable to drill the holes 
as nearly afi_pos8lhle at right angles to 
tho predominant, cleatage, this bein« the 
mo^t-xiffectual means of preventing the 
irremlTt lire escape of the pressure water 
Into, further isolated flsaures In tho 
seam. The holes slrould he » feet to 
m fcpt or 10 f*»et in dep th, the, most 
Bullable ratio boing one and a- hal f to 
two times the thickness- of the senrn. 
The length of the pressure chamber- 
that Is. from the stuffing gland to the 
bottom of th* hole, must also be de- 



though, on the other hand, the getting 
^iosvii of the coal loosened by the hy- 
draulic process calls for greater skill 
on the part of the hewer. Whether 
there, is an average Increase in the out- 
put per man . t3j& ascertained. 

' Sangfnr Abo^ltt^A, 

.' Wherrvrr the impregnation procesB Is 
practicable, the coaldust danger may be 
regarded as abolished, and conseqpently 
the watering of the roads is rendered 

, unnecessary. Since the explo.slon causes 
the expulsion of thi' fire-damp In the 
coal-face, the— risk of direct Ignition of 
coaklust by shots and llrodamp is con- 
siderably le.ssened by nortnal ventila- 
tion. A furthn^- dlmlnutlcjuti of rlak fol- 
lows from the reduction of blasting op- 
erations and the greater safety with 
which .shots can be^flred after the coat 
has been Imprognuted. The hewers are 
favorably dlspo.<(ed to tho introduction 
of the h yd ra\j lie process. ;uu account of 
tho cessation of watering and- the im- 
proved, hygienic conditions of coal get- 
ting. On the other hand, they are un- 
fortunately, nearly all 0.PPOP' 
limitation of shot-flrtng. " K.v. .i 

should not be feasible to introduce tho 
hydraulic Impregnation and coal-blast- 
Ing process into all bituminous e"al 
seams, the further extension of this pro- 
i-ess should, hevertheless, res\ilt In iu- 
creasod safety In coal-getting tn the 
seams for which It \n :id«pted, owing to 



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Thursday Evening'. , 
8:00 to 8:15— Priilse. ^ ^ 

Ji:X8' to P :00— "Flacg-: Of l jOfd >8 Pa y 
in Making for Abiding Life of Nation." 
Hev. T'. A, Moore, Toronto. Solo— Mr. 
J. O. Dumford. 

B;00— Offertory. Music. 
0:10 to 10:00-T-Address, Rev. "Dr, W. H. 
O. Temple/Seatne, Wash., "The Abiding 
Spfftt "of Christ." " Sojo-^r*. I^ong^eld. 

-—-^ -■■,■•• ' PrW4y-'Mon»I»«. :' ^^- - 

fl-OO to 9:30,--"Qidct Hour,"rRev."J. B. 
Warnicker, R. A.. Victoria. . , 
' 9:30 to I0:fl0— School of Methods. Ju- 
nior and' Interrfiedlate. 

lOtSO to 11:00— Rev. D... Spencer, p. P.. 
■"Temp. rui. ■ vieform in Van(*ouver. 
B. r." - ■ . - 

:i:00 to ll;15— "C. K. 1911, What Does 
Tt l^lean ? " P. J:- McPhall. 

11:15 to 11 :3b— "International Build- 
ing," R. W. Colemam Victoria. 

ll:2ri (> 1 1 :.';'. -Pr«>8entBtton of Reso- 
lutlonw 

iy;3> to. 12.00 — Dlsctisslon of Reso- 
lutions re t'^orward work. 

rrlday Afternoon. 



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\ Linden Ave. I 



Near Fort Street 



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tho complete "" 
coal dust- ani! 
firing. On the 
advantages arc 

cohflti-' '" "'■• 
plosh 



<ion of 
trictlon 

:,T1.I the 



small 



explosUe 
of ,'sliot- 
eeonomlc 

lleflv 



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to 2:1,'i — rr:iis( 



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V,-ilii- 
<!. .1 
King' 
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:i -1 n — -"Mlssb-n.-iry l-:nt( rpri-^o 
'i rtlett. M. A., Toronto, 
if, — "nn tlie Permanent 
Innient." Rev. W. 
.neeirs i;nLvOrSlt,\-, 



\ Very f!e«<?rable modern .House, on lot 55 x 150 to a lane in rear. ♦ 

FOR QUICK SALE j 

Owner will accept low price for this week only. Exclusive t 
listing^ — a?k to sec this property. ,. 



j lleisterman Forman Co. 



J 1307 Government St. 



Phone 55 ♦ 






iricrease 
.and the 



,iy i:7Qning. 
I'lTiy-T iuhI T'rriise. 

• "An Kngllsh- 

:. ran do for 



I'nl'.ci 



rmed 

bore- 



lure necessitates pressures uP to,. iO at- 
mospheres. The time required forthe 
water to penetrate and Itioaen ■ the coal 
Is rtlso dependent on- the structure of 
the. latter and varj^es' In' length. In a 
few' "seams "the impfegnatidn and looSeti- ; 
Ing of the cool are complete 111 t^n min-. 
utes, whereais In otherff Ave "to six hg.urs 
aTe reqlilred, and In others again the 
results arc imperfect. Whether the 
coaTTn such' &enrn.'s can be completely 
loosened by employing fi higher hydro- 
frtntle pre.-isure than -10 atmospheres, 
nflTl whetheri-tl»*=-W<Mfiholtss "can tl^e.^.ef- 
fectually packed to^wlthstand aucli,.p'rj;a-' 
sure, TVlth the gland already In use. are 
matters that must, be decided by fti tare 
Inveatlgatlop. Tn aiiy event It^hns al- 
ready heerr demonstrated that with nuc- 
cessful Impregnation tho constmipflon 
Of explosives for the subsequent blast - 
ing operations In reduced by about ".' 
per ceilt. In such case-*, too, Bhot-firlng 
:-'■■■ .i;i im'! mM'^ (!,iMi li'-. ■-,<], iii...,-\u«.- 



amouii 

of the surrounding rock, especlali 
"termiire<W>y-e*Pe'^n^'*n^'^''*^^~"'"*y''^'*'*yihTr^1^^ whloh, as is 

from 2 feet to T.. feet. , Tn some cases ^nown, Is confflderahly dam««ed by tliei'^! j..,,o-v<-crofi 
It Is a good. plan to shift the position ..'-eai >. .((""-fei- ' ' " 

of, the gland during the work of lie » __, 

prcgnatlon. In sfime'Seaihs the coal p j- poMV/CMTIPiM 
face may be Straight, hut In others JL;. p . OUiM V t IM II UIM 
stepping" the face has been found iieres"- . OPENED TODAY 

sary. each stc^Lhcln g of the — dlmen-r.].. , 

slona mentioned above. Impregnation 



, bridge 



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1\ O., Cam- 
»^olo — Ml as 



W,' R. 



I • , ,t' ■ 1 1 . * 1 (.fontlnued' from I 'age ".> . 
la complete when the water heging to. ^ , 

iLXude In JarKC or small drops from tho I io:l5 to 11:15 a. m.— School of Meth- 

ooal-fnce. In cases Where impregnation j^jg .Tunior and Intertnedlate Work, 

fs attended, by the loosening of the, eoal, j^py_ jg- j^_ King. Nnfth YaJcima, proal- 

the amount of coal won is greater froVn ,jg^j of. the SJtate o 



Bhot-flrlng tvlthout impregnation, am} 
the proportion' of rounJ coal l«i higher. 
No atJBt tsTformed (except-smalt trace* 
In rare instances) durlxue—thft removal 

of "-■ ' 1 ..f.iii.or does, the coar; give 

nt ;io It Is -being loaded 



11:2S to U:55 
Sunday school to 

]),,,-,■ .,-, \*nrirwi-y '. 
Thitrt 
Theme — Trifo Di 
int.. I,..- iiii.,.-,. Where the Impre^na-I 2:00 to T:15 p. 
tlon process Is carried ort extensively ^ 2 : 1 i> , tft ?,:.4^ Pi 
for some weeks, a noticeable diminution | m Home Life," 
occurs In the amount of 'eoalduflt-ly+nB-jJ'fanalmo. ; « 
about In the haulage yards, ICven In, 2 MR lo 4: 
the h.taOIng and. screening- pJanr iit the 
stirface no du.*it Is given off from the 
Itnpregnated coal. The air ■in the tvork- 
tng places remains free' and clear of 
dust, and the hewora ore no buiger In- 
convent«nc»«V by-dust fl-iid the damr> air, 
produced by the ordinary watering 
methods. The llgjiting is Improved con- 
s'l.let-ably. Imprecrn.'it ing the coal-faee 
tn';e<3 To':"! f'r-pe t ! n n n-f^ I erlof? IVif r.mdi 



Tnlon 

't'<-latloh of 
r.: W. Wil- 



Attoriioon. 

t'eloph^ont. „„.,_.;i,...i_ , 
. — Praise Service. 
.— "Trae-I3evolopthont 

.e v^ ''"~K~t:' "Thompsori. 

■ pment 



on p. m. -~Tre, 
In Ohurch Life. 

Z:W to .1:1:) p ni • ■ ■'■ oi' 

Kvangellsm." Dr. I'Utgeon. Vancouver. 
8:20 to 3; SO p. m, --"The Kvangellsm 

We Need," I m II, I'liuwls Pwry. Van- 
couver. -U- - — ,: , - 

4:00 to 4:45 p. m. — "True Ocvelopment 
in National I.lfe." Ttalph Smith. M. P.. 
Nansimo. 

-I: in to r. JO p, ir\, TTl.^CUeplon. 



n:00 



,\i|ilren.'5 — Rev. 

riland. Ore. 
Saturday Morning. ^ 
to J:30-'Qulft Hour, Pevotlonai, 



NEW SCIENtlFie PROCESS : 

A Preparation Discovered That Will 
Destroy the Dandruff Germ 

For some time it has been, known 
that dandrulT la caus ed h y a K e rrn ih tiX- 
dlga up the scalp,, jnto little white 
flakes; apd by sapping the vitality of 
the hair at the foot, causes falling' 
hair, an"<r'orcour.'»e,_flpally bnlilneas. 
j^or year*? there have been all kinds 
of hair stlmulant.<? and scalii tonlct on 
the market, hut there has been no pef- 
imanent cure for dandruff vintll the dls- 
.coverj' of a prev>aration called Newr 
bro's Heplcide. which destroys the 
(hindnift'-gerru, Ite-stroy the cause. .the, 
efffect will ce.Tse to exist. Kill the dan- 
druff germ ami you'll have no (landruff. 
no ltohln» sraJp. , no falling half. Sold 
hv leading druKffiHt,H. .SeniT lOr In 
stamps for Rample.^to The Herplolde 
Co., Detroit, ,.>Ileh nne dollnr botttCB 
guarantoed. 

C'yru.s . 1-r. Ilowe.'s, Special Agent, 
12'JS dovernrnent street. — ^.— ,_._».=^^ 



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Look to Esquimalt for Your Future Buying 

WE HAV.K A l''I':w ('.' n)]) S.\,\1'S ]MVT TITERK YET 

Four Large Sized Lots, on Longs ' Cove— -V\ e can deliver 
i these for lliis week ;il $2,700 for the four. Easy terms, 

t One Large Lot on Langs Cove— 60x1-20 for this week, only, at 

* ■ $1,300. "•r - , ^ 

Three Acres Waterfront — .\raghificent ak-w. $8,500. One- 
ihihl cash) b.-il. i. 2,.,^.ySiArs 



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Royal Realty Company 



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615 Fort Str«*t 



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Rev. .lohn Held, D.-TX, Victoria. 

9:30 to 11:30 — Annual Business .Meet- 
ing. Report of Oommllteex. lOle-.nlon 
of Officers. 

I!:!i0 to 12:30 — Concluding Remarks." 
President Klect. 



Those swimming . competitions of 

.Saturday certainly gave participators 
and .spectators some splendid sport. 
'TCateTgm h'«W«WS«! and eighty yardn 
between Frank Crompton and George 
SImpnon, -the former of Victoria and 
the latter of Vancouver, must have 
been great. At the finish there was 
but a quarter of a second t)etween 
thetn. To those who watched it setm- 
ttd as though each hit the barge at 
ti»« same time 



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FOR SALE 

;; Comox, Vancouver Island 

Cleared and bush farms; si^ ^ 
'I frontage 1« dtttrlct at all prlcaa. ^ 
,1 fine farmmg cotintrr; goo* -Hx*! 
• market. " ~ 

. Apply HA«<In«U .A Blsco*. It«al 
Estate Agents, Cottiox and Court- 
ney, -B... C- ■■• " 



j»»«t manajred to ^t th* wood imtoff 
hlE opponent. wlitnlnKtIiftJttttiMrt dW- 

■V ..... ....^ .— .B.- tanre s-Rflmmlnif rac* that has •vcP 

However, Crompton b«en wltnemied In tbea* watera. 



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tu«(iday, Augmt 9, 1910/ 4 



VICTORIA DAILY , COLONIST 




3aSB^3BBSSSm 



VICTORIA REAL 





7-Roojii House 
Cath(6rine St. 



Comparatively new twn-storey .hvel'lnvj;. xrstil-ule, 
cloakroom, drawing-room, kitchen. panlrV and scullery 
(lownstains; ihrcc bedroom^ with clothes cL-.m^, l.aih- 
roomrtoileTan'aninen-rr,..ni upstairs. ILaisc wa^ uMi 
huill fof owner'. shinKl6<r;ihrouKhout. and healed wuh 
hot air; large open grfitc in drawing-room. Stone foun- 
dation ; large 'ha-emenl with i^tali^^nary -washtuh>. 




Valuable Income Bearing Property 



Wc have for sale the l.Voi)crly -sit-uated on Ihe corner of For\ -Vancouver 
and Mcars Streets, having a Jronta^-'oL6o feel -m Fort street, ancUunving 
ihrough U) Mcar,s street. Du^m.^- the past iwo weeks more property on 
Forts-trccl ha? been sold than in any o'ther part of the city. Fo.rt_^st.reet is 



House is w( 

throULdioiit. 



\ e 



ntilated-:aiid first 



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lihiinliin; 



( )nr bloek fr.'in car-line.' .Price $5Soo. 



Ht pres ent, and always will be, the main ihoroti.^^rhfare lea<ling from- the best 
reSd^^al part c^flhc tovvn. :'M^^^gri"as the prt, posed miprovemcnts as to 
wici^nh.K a.td Hghting are'fiitished, tlie street aviII (luicWy become one of the 
mam retail streets of \'ictoria. "^^ 



SOLE AGENTS 



Telephone 



R. S. DAY & B. BOGGS 



Estabhslied 
1890. 



*. , Appl)- to 



l!^52aJr)^T STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 



1206- Government Street 




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"Victoria , 



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Lots of Lots 



: 



1 



ij Lots. Fell Street. 5Q_xj3-2. .^. ....'^"r: 
4 Lots, Leighton Road.- 44 x $Q4K . . . 

•^Lots, Leighton Road, 44 7fi;«4. , , . 
1 Lot. Duchess Street, 54 x i j8 ^. . . . 
I Lui, Chamberlain Street, ^^.O'X I io 



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. . .$800 each 
.,. . .$750 each 
, . . . . . .$800 each 

...... .$700 each 

r?w7^$850 tai 



Modern Bun^galow, Hampshire Road, Oak Bay 

Most Desirable Location, $7,000. Terms. 
Five-roomed cottage on Craigf lower Road, 
and two large lots. Price $2,500. Eas> terms 



APPLY TO 



Oak Bay Avenue Neighborhood 



c I ot^ Fifth'AveiJiieand'lVlQimtTolmie Roadrs^x J20 . . . . 
"i Lot Fifth Aveniie and, Mount Tolmic Road, 56 X 120 . . . . 
2 Lots, FiftK4veuue.anclJ\JotyitTolmie HoSd,'55,x .168. . . . . 
I Lot, t^ifth Avenue and ALVunt T<)l1nie Road,55:X.i;»^ • • • • 
I" Lot', iMtth Avenue and Mount Tolmic EU*ad^42x 166... • • - 

l3^ry Easy Ternis^nn allJal^^ 



..$400 each 
. .$450 each 
. .$250 each 
. .$300 each 

. .$3ooieaclt 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. 



GOLES & ODDY 



iV- REAL ESTATE, IXSLKANCE AXUT^XANCIAL AGENTS 
p. o. Box 167 "~°^" ■ I204-Lroa(l Street, Next to Colonist Ottice 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. 
Teleplione 65 



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GREEN & BURDTCK BROS, 



NVeHaye some gcioa «Lcr*Mf« *»l I I kl^w4*lwyA r\r» I ol/O 1 t 
small blocks, for «aie at g<fl- t | AuUUing OR LdKc \\ 

;; 157 a<'re» of jfond land.. 250 fruit 
'<< tre<?8 bearing. Close to steam- 
b.Kjt landing. Small house, barn 
and, stables. An ideal spot. 



wood, on very eaiiy terma. / 
' Several blocks of land pn^akiS 
I cai!LJi»fti.«ew^ Mill .Bay road. i 
Also* several business proper- 
ties In the heart of Victoria. 




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Real Efetaie 
Cor Broughtort and Langley Streets 
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Insurance , 

Phone 1 518 

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R. B. PUNNETT 

Inaun 

Tawr T86, T ♦ 
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i:«tat« Ar»nts, StockB. Iii»ur»no», ♦ 

Trl^phon. i 115 1'. "■ I"* 
moom 10, M*hoa Blook. 



ALBERT TOLLER & CO. \ t \3^ ^C5^ 



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Imperial Unnk ( hMinhers.. - 
604 Y»t«» Str»«t 



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Three 
Snaps 



fa')— Faro.' |,,>i. fannp: city, 
fini H' .ir i lillsi'de 

Avenue, on easy u mis — 



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Fort Stree t Lot 

t 6o X •i20,^ncai^=«eE^.pl5^uadra^dt^"Fort. J^ite fur a I««!^^y: 



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$12,500 



431 acvpn. near riayrtriuot. with 
water front of Excellent sandy ^ 
hftach ; price i*er aero ..... $9 

iim WfinsAw -iti-' n^r Stm- •. ., 

.,#.,CO^-i ;:V>;..-.:*..- V.-.v..;., . .»1900 

i*r«fc„lQU. superior St.. fiOxHO. 

near goyi^Dment b'ldgs.. . .»alO<)_■^ 

BuKln*3» lot «0x120. KrtquiltrmU ^ 

roftd, between Rock Bay nnd 

Point Ellis bridges, price. .fieOO^^ 



Terms: One-third cash,, balance i and 2 years e quaj pay- 

mpr.r-, 7 per cent interest.' ■ - 



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HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Budding, Broad St. 



E. WHITE 

tot Broughton Street. 



^ Desirable Place for|j 
==^ Your Home I 



MAHON BUILOING 
Tel. .146a ' 



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Place "^ our ! 



FORT ST. ! 

t 

40 feet frnnlaKP, between Quail i a «. 
and Vancouver street, on tiie ■ ♦ 
city side of the Skating Mnlt. ♦ 



for 



$8,500 

On torma. 



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OKT^V A FEW.CHOICE XOT^-^E^^^J^^:-- 
HQLLYWOOD ADDXTION 

'vMl. within one Ubck aj^Iess/i^ the rnr 

Lots allV^'- '"' cleaTedr~-absct^#»ii.B^y. i'^^c^^ 
BtiiVdin- Restriction on every \<a. 

Pri^e $550 Per Lot 

'p.rm< 5^^n rn^li .iud ihc balance at$T,5 per inonth 




?450 

(1jO-^T\vo lar<::r 



r<")od 



Business Property 

Farm and Fruit iands. 

Houses and Lots 

Insurance. -Rents.' 
and Money to Loan 

Conveyancing. 
Notary Public 



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j.'room 1 {--<> '.: '^ c. s' 
chicken Ji-n-r, near car 

li 1 1 c , l "<i[iiiinall. £ a 5 )■ 

tcrnis- 



$2,10fl- 



(c) — 100 .\cir. -,N,>.I land, 
33/1 rhilc> lo'iu Ciiino.v, 
niuch of it lioiiom land, 
large si ream running 

■ 'across. !"i~ "i ,c:''od, uii- 
failiii" water — 



J?2,000 




FIRE INSURANCE jj 

In the I : Plummer & Rideout : 

Caledonian Insurance Company i | -^^ ;;; 

The Oldest vScottish Jilie Olticc t »-:^>-* ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ 



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MePhcrson & Fullcrton Bros. 

Phone ,888 618 Trounce Avenue 



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Lovely Site for Home 

Ore Acre, with fine view, in the ' '.. rh-trirt. 'I'his 

Vopertv faces on three streets. The ovvucr would budt tn 

sTnriWrcha:sfT T--4 '¥iefrrng^ • • • ■ ■ ■ • • $3000 



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]■' ,1! mil; apparat n-. ! ,ar.L;<' J 

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auto shed. IXJtSoxf^.vA I 

bii^. bal-i^ain . . . .5^5,250 X 



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FORT GEORGE-THE HUB OF B.C. 

1 1 ,«.,.,=,>>.«■ ihp Inst t;ri-al Went, where tliey cx- 
•I h,. c.iuiiir; (jomtnerclal centerof ine lasi i.i "«. rpnches 

Bteamers ar« no^-ptynB^^n^rh-,^*'^-^ We l>ave a few in- 

$U.7r. ensh and $4a.<5 m 6^1. an ,„■ s-l.l nnd tho prir. is 

from the original owners befor« 'i' ' 



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IT Wescott & Letts 1 

* ♦ \I.,M.l_v I'dook. Yates Street 



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WILLIAM MONTEITH 

Real Estate, Loans. In.uranc. , «, ♦ ♦ 

^, . - . 1218 Langley Street , 

Chanrery Chambers 

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♦ niinl'Mi'i ffei iiiorchRnlnlilc liiiiber, 1,000 
^ head of slK^ep.. mS,r?'..<JX_le«K, twr. ^-ro^.^n 

♦ iumso.i. wpll. f't.1.. Till* Is H snni.i. 
t J2';006y win hnndl.! tliiH. iur pnrlU;\i- 
4 Inrs nj'Ply 

♦ W. J. Cox, 0»pltftl M«ro»ntll» Ag»ncy, 
12U LAngley Street. Fbon« *ii. 



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60x120 Rcveniif produchiK. 12,000 4 
«0xl20 Near innnchnvrt .si . 80,000 
&0xl2p Nearei Hlnnt-linvil , 31,000 
ERQUimnlt 



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, ;,!,, I,, I ..i, Q(,iee!i'8 ave., fa«- 

iiiK City. Parle, J'-'"'' Ip""* "lati afi> 
mher lot In . thl.« t.mcK. - LlTirlen 

idch nil 



Fort St. 

Business 

Property 



•"rorttfng on two streets- ami 

Cl"-r ill, 

Lot 311 N i^'K wish t\v'o 
hous£-s rented. 

PR \C F- 

$7,500.00 

"erni.'i: Unc-third ca.'^h, bal- 
ance to arranp^c 



1 Excellent Value 1 



In a 



New Bungalow 

Now nearly rpncly for oerupallnn. 
wllhin one niil»> rBflliifs arid In the 
be,"t. lociilltj'. 



A 7-KOOMIiD BWOAiOW 

1 hindfinmel V ileflRiu'd and well 
fiiil,-ihO(l 111 every iiarlli-iilar, con- 
mlnliiK dining: and drnwInR roomii 
klichon with all ronvenlcticeii, I 
bedrooniH, bstli and toilet, on th« 
Kroiind floor. 2 well finished bed- 
rooms iip.otalrx, large half, veran- 
dah and hark porch, good baMt- 
inent All Htrlotly mod«rn. 
Prloa «3,TM 
Trrmn, fSOO canh. Dllcl«lie«i Miy 
T«-ay to auit th« pmNliMMMr. 



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li..ntlnn. can't lie hen I . 
lORtjy terms on all Ihesi 



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I Colonist Real Eslalc Advcrliscincnts 

I Are business Getters 



A.'GILSON 



Pbona 1386. r. O. Box «8S. ♦ 

K«al Bctota Affant. T . 

704 TATBS ST- J J 

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i avenue. 2 lots, $1400. 

♦ t-rni.'j; clo«e to tlu^ S' n 

t Fleming & Dowswcll 

♦ 634 View St ■-«>.--- '^ni 



iCurrie Mower 



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luslas St. 



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Hit Broad 8C. t«li 

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Tu««day, August 9, 1910. 



Packard's Latest— 

"Mon-Ami*' 

WatOTproof S1km> Polkh. 

-Quick lo put onr^Qulck to shln©-*- 
Siovf to lose its lustre — Sheds dust 
and \i(r»tor — Softens and preserves the 
leafher\ In Black and TanVfor men's, 
women's and children's shoes. 

The biggest 10c box of Its kind on 
the market. 1 can recommend It. 
Try it. 
Thert'iafrtckardDrtsslngto suit everyhather. 

3 AT ALL DEALXRS- 





On the 



GEM UNE 




FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 



.. Aug. If- !■• 
OF PUBBL.^ 



L^avlns Victoria n; k »- " 
■te amw QUEE.N OR CITI 
:rr**: ' 'through' SERVICE 

r..e«ve PeatUo 10 a. m.. »»»&>"««• °°'^\ 

For South<-«8U.i> Alaska. COTTAG^. CITJ 
or CITY OK SEATTLIO Uuvea Seattle s i-. 

"tIcA^'^T \nu' FREloilx' OFFICE-1U7 
Wharf street. I'hone *. ^ , 

R. V. HITUKT & CO.. T-td.. AgentB. 
C, D. DUNAN .N'. Gen.. PadSenRer ' Agcnt- 

-112 Market St.. San Francisco 
For furt-htr information obtain folder. 



ntended to Join With Western 
Pacific Railroad Had Toyo 
Kisen Kaislia Not Completed 
Traffi%A g!;e ement ,^ 




t SHIPPING »NTO.yGtENCE : 



mlMlng Chinese. The Quito proceed- 
ed to the Sound and was taken Into 
the Heflfernan dry dock on Sundsiy 
to he cleaned, painted and surveyed 
bef(>re proceedlns to Australia with 
lumber. 

Some time ago a Chines*) eiicaped 
(fom one of the other Wetr liners 
at t'omox and Andrew-Wo<r took the 
mutter up »f havlnj? tp pay the head 
Uix on the escapee with the Ottuwa 
government. He was unable to ob- 
tain relief however and paid; ■ 



.^j-yj. . I — aiJL... u.'. 



NEW WEIR LINERS 



ABE dOMtNG SOON 



Orteric Expected to Leave for 
Orient Early Next Month-- 
Ningchow in Port to Dis- 
charge General Freight 



Port Angeles 
-ExGursion 

Friday, August 12th 

S. S. Chippewa 



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a.m.. I- Udon and .| p.m. 



Rcturnui; 



Leaves 



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fog; fresh 
llgHt S. 



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lo a.m. 



50. 



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ROUND 
TRIP 



50c 




mUROUT 



S.S.iROQllOIS" 

Leaves Victoria 9 0.1 m. daily excopt 
Sunday, for Jr-ort Townscnd and _Jie-_ 
attle. 

I'-rom Victoria Dock Cos. Wharf. 
Wharf street. Returning, sioiimro leaves 
Sf-ittiP at miflniirlit. 

JAMES McARTHTJR, Ag»nt. 
Plione 2S64 'S24 Wliiirf .-^■i"-; 




Through tlc'Kots and through Mils of 
Inrttng nrf> now issued from Fugat 
.Sound n.nd Brltt.>?h Columbia ports to 
AlUn, B. C. Dftv/son. Y. T. and FaltJ- 
t.uik.s, Alaska. Connpclluna made . at 
fkaKway with our dally , trains. at 
Wliit'.; Horse and Caribou with our 
river and lake stcaniersf and at Dawson 
ivlfh stf-nmors for points on tlie Lower 
Yukon riven 

Fur further Inform.i* l'>n npply. , 

TBAmC DEPABTMENT W, V. It T. &. 
40& Winch Building, V ancouver. B. C. 

Union iS. Company 

Of B. C, ttd. 

Direct Service Between Vancouver and 



It now ■ develops that the North 
Gsrmaa Lloyil lint; jilanned to put a 
trunspaclltc service on the Pacitlc to 
connect with the <5ouUl system, the 
Western Pacific railroad, bad the Jnp- 
iine,'i& line, the Toyo Klaen kaisha 
not broken with the Paciflc Mail. Oc- 
cid<'nial and Oriental, and Southern 
I'aciflc combination. The first an- 
nouncement that the Toyo Kisen 
l<;Tl.«ha intended. t(i break its agreo- 
iiitnt with the other south eastern 
linos and place Its Tenyo Maru. Chlyo 
M.iru and the new sister turbine liner 
Kuw under construction in a service 
coimecliios with the n ew Western Pa- 
cirlc road was made or Motojiro .Sliir- 
ajshi, a director of the Jav>ano.se line 
in an interview with a Coloni-st rc- 
l.ortor on his arrival here from Tokyo 
three weeks ago. , The agreement 
with the Gould management has been 
c ( I fuMiiaFrt , - and - M essrs. S h i r a i a hi , -H- 
I Okawa, and*W. H. Avery, the San 
i Kranei.sco manager of the Japane.se 
I line are In Chloago formulating the 
I details of the .lirroernent .with the 
■■ (Iduld line. 

I In connection with the alliance it 
iH understood the Western Pacific is 
i guing to make a strong bid for the 
I .lapanese trade and also for business 
' between Hongkong Shanghai and the 
Phini{)lnea and the. port of San Fraij- 
cisco. In order to do this the com- 
pany purposes returning to the old 
import and export tarifl's which all 
.Eaiiroads. with the exception of the 
'Canadian Pacific, canc^slled when the 
interstate" Commerce Commission de- 
iMdf that the domestic proportion 
of through Import and export rates 
inust be-publishod. 

"' " Now Liners. 

The Wpir liner Orioric, first of the 
large 11.000 ton passenger liners 
built for the transpaciftc trade is ex- 
ptectedto leave Engla;id for the Orient 
earlv next month, and will be follow- 
ed shortly afterward by the Lucerlc. 
•TheSi"e~ two vessel.? are to replace the 
steamers Aymeric and Rpd Hill which 
la on time charter to the line and is 
now discharging a coal cargo at Man- 
ila before loading hemp and general 
freight for this' ixirt by way of Hong- 
kong and theusual ports of call. The 
Aymeric Is on her .way from the Ori- 
ent and wllimak*^ but one more trip. 
The stpamer N'lngchow of the Hlue 
Funnel line which reached port last 
Fridav from Liverpool and the Orient 
returned from the sound yeisierday 
morning to discharge about 'i.SOO tons 
,jf general cargo here. After taking 
out her freight at the outerwharf the 
big-HOlt freighter will proceed to Es- 
quimau to- discharge a phlpment ot 
steel pipe for the Esquimau water- 

Announcement is antirli^atrd shortly 
-that the Osaka Shosen kaisha will 
begin calls at Victoria Inward and 
outward. The , Japanese line Is ex"- 
pected to commencfc its calls here dur- 
ing next month. Five of the six 
steamers of/, t his li ne have been laun- 
ched and four are now In service. 
With the fleet of six In use the com- 
pany proposes to adhere to a fortr 
nightly schedule. 



Gova4"nment 



8 a. tt\. 

Point Grey.— Overcast; fresh 
S. B.; 3j0.01; 64; thick seaward; 
spoke Humboldt K.20 a. m., 
southbound off Bulllnack Isl- 
ands, due In Seattle 7 p. m. 

Cape Lazo.— Clear; N. W.; 
30.05; 61. ' 

Tatoosh.— Fog; S. 10; 30.10; 
hZ\ out. barge towing, U p. in.; 
In. steamer St. Nicholas during 
night. 

Pachena.— Fog; S. E.; 30.07; 
55: sea smootJi. 
■ Kstev<*n.— Clear ;" calm ; 29.98 ; 
54; light swell; Leebro at lahd- 
Ing. __ _., t 

Prince Rupert. ^ -Clouay. 
calm; .-lis. 40; 57; sea smooth; 
In, Llllooet, 8 a. m. 

Triangle. — Dense 
S. W.; 29.56; 42. 

Ikeda. — Overcast ; 
S-.—W-.i- heavy swell. 
Noon 

Cape Lazo.— Clear; N. W. 

breeze; 30.06; 67; sea smooth; 
spoke City of Seattle, north- 
bound. 11.55 a. m. 

Tatot>sh.— Fog, S. 18 miles; 

S () ii * 5 ' * 

— Pachena,— Fng^r— thick S. E.; 
30.09; 60; light swell; Tees left 
(.'lo-oose 11.30 westbound. 

Estevan.— Clear; W.; 30.01; 
55; sea moaefafe; Leebro at 
landing. 

Princi' Rtipci t < 'loudy; 

calm; 2'.'. 40; OS; .ii.a. ainooth. — 

Triangle Island.— Fog; fresh 
S. W.; 29.60; J)S. 

Ikeda,— Overcast; light swell. 

Point Grey,— Clear; calm;' 
30.52; 71. 

6 p. m. 

Point Grey.-"tl,>ar; -calm; 
:.ar., 30.02; ■ temp., 6t.; sea 
sea smooth; no shipping. 

Cape Lazo.— Clear; .X. ^^.. 
wind: bar., 30.05; temp., 70; 
sea moderate; no shipiving. 

Tatoosh.-^Clear; S. wind, 12 
miles; bar:, 30.07; temp., 67; 
sea smooth; -no shipping. 

Pachena.— Clear; N. W. wind. 
tliick seaward; bar., 30.05; 
temp.. 67: sea smooth; Tees 
westlHiund 115 p. m. 

K.stevan. — Hazy; westerly 
wind; bar.. 39.95; temp.. 58; 
sea smooth; in. Leebro. west- 
bound 4.20 p. m. . 

Prince Rupert.— Clear; west- 
erly wind; bar.. 29.46; temp., 
' 64; sea moderate; out, Petrlaiia 
1.30 p. m.. and Yillooet 5 p. m.; 
in. i:etriana 3 p. m. , 

Triangle.— Foggy; S. }N • 
wind; bar.. 29.05; temp., 06; 
Eca amODth; no shipping. 

Ikeda.— Overca.st N. E. wind, 
bar., 29.95; temp., (>~; sea. 
smooth; no shipping. 



^1 Santa Cruz Left Here Sund'ay 
;, Night ■ Bound to Sentinel 
♦1 Island— Expected Stranded 
V: Steamer Will be Floated 



Splthead Raported. 

The British steamer Spithead, bound 
for Vancouver with a cargo of sugar 
for the refinery, deft the Japanese port 
of Mororan on August 4, after foallng. 
She has a cargo of Java sugar and , 
sailed on July 14. She will arrive here j 
about August 20. She Ik tu be followed | 
by the steamer Vancouver, which is 
now loading sugar at Java ports. The j 
Spithead has been cliariered outwards 
for lumber from the t^olumbia river to 
China, 




Canadian Pacific 



A 



SEATTLE as REIURN 



$2 



Week-End Tickets 

Saturday unlUMOTiday^ 



$2 



the 



. ...For Vancouver Service 

C. O. Coker, who has been eohncct- 
ed with Sound sliii»pl7»g iiiterestt. for ^ 
years, is in San l''runei«co negotiating! 
a charter, with the option of purchuse. 
on the steam schooner, Arctic for the! 
Tacoma & Vancouver Steamship} 



PtSt S^ul^lf'^l^^^ge Spau^, i^n company. <^^eattlo-Jh. vessel ^as, 
here on Sjunday night f"r Sentinel been Uikeniby Mr. .(^^^^^^ 
Uland, Lynn canai, to commence the| inspe.aion, and f the craft proves I 
■work of floating the stranded C. P. R.i sutisfaolorj, vvlll load cargo In Ban 
steamer Princess May, which rani Krancisco early this weeit and v come 
■^ ashore at the north Island on Fridayj to Seattle. The Arctic is regarded as 
■*■' morning when en route from Skugway j a good Sound stoaTTwr, being 9 years 
with SO passeuK^ers, and a light cargo, I old. She was built at Bay ( Ity, Or 
including a shipment of ore from the! and i« 145 feet long, has a f^am of 
While Horse district for the Tyee | 32 feet antt-a depth of hold (vr-ll feet: 
smelter. The Santa Cruz took up 
lurge wrecking p umps and appliances 
and several experienced divers and 
wreckers, v'apt. W. H. Logan, wrec«w 
master of the London Salvage Asso- 
ciation, who was sent to this cou'st a.s 
Ijipeclal ag ent -of t he Londou concern 
Inthe aal vage of-^i:Tve Trtctmrcr Yuca- 
tan, will superintend the work of raia_H 
ing the Princess May, and Captr J. W. 
Troup, superintendent .QjLtlJe *-'. P. R. 
coast steamship service, accompanied 
him north on.boardth^-st-^uner Prin- 
cess Royal. \V. T. Istcd. of Istcd &. 
■ Co.. SeattU>, will adjust the Insurance. 
The Princess May _ Is covered with 
other vcstiols of the C . P. ,R. tleet , in 



L. p. CHETHAM, City Passenger Agent 
1 102 Government Street 



The vessel is an oil burner, has triple 
expansion engines of 350 indicated \ 
horse power, has a gross register of ) 
39 2 and a net register of 277 tons, and j 
will carry about 400 tons deadweight.' 



BIG PACK TAKEN 




S. S. VENTURE 

'"Ctassed"'Tdo"'A¥''gt'-'- I :/ l^ d« -J iw »»^"s » « ' *vi* . g t. ». ^. w^ 



WILL SAIL ON THURSDAY, AUGUST nth 

V^ia Vancouver 

Calling at Campbell River, Alert Bay, Rivers Inlet, ^keena 
River, Prince Rupert, Naas and Stewart ., 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 

T-»T6i- oxrovt 



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Phone 1925 



Queen City Brought News That Can- i 
neries Put Up Packs From 17,000 
to 2B.000 Cases. 



I a, general policy at Hoyds. . 

1 No further jvord from the wrecked 
steamer was received here yesterday. 
Capt. MbLeod and Chief Engineer 
McGraw are living on board the ves- 
sel, which is dry at low water and ut 
Hood tide llic water floods into the 1 canneries 
engine room and dining room. Hood- 
ing the lower part 'of the stranded 
vessel, it IB antleipated that the 
steamer wilL b^ easily, floate d and 
iM.MiKiit bn-k lo Victoria for repairs- 



The st<»RiTier QiifWi City. Capt.Rob- 
crtson, which returned from Rivers 
Inlet" and 



CHINESE ESCAPE 

FROM STEAMER QUITO 



Andrew Weir Has to 

$1,500 to Dominion Government 
Because Chinese Took Leave 



^„.^^ wgy " 'ports on Sunday,' 

brought news that the fishing season i 
oTT Rivers inlet had ended, and the : 
pack was a very large one. Wad- , 
hem's cannery had the largest pack,] 
having put up 28,000 cases. The other | 
hud packs, ranging, from; 
17,00fr to 25,000 cases. The Queen City | 
had her 'tween decks thronged with! 
■lndi£tns on the way south, bringing I 
190 of \.ti& brown cannery workers | 
ti-om Rivers Inlet, the majority leav- 
ing the steamer at AlertBay. There 
were 35 for the west coast, who were 
landed here, and left on Sunday night 
foi their homes on board the .sieamef. 
Tees There were 60 saloon pa.sseng- 
I trs from Rivers Inlet and logging 
Contribute I camps ai v 1,,. i; ih' ^tt■amer called m 
route. 



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Th.w. r steamer Quito when coal- 
I inc at Comox last week lost three of 
1 her Chinese crew. The yellow men 
deserted at the coaling port, and each 
of the missing men will cost Andrew 
Weir & Co. $500. Capt. Young wir- 
ed to Waterhouse & f".: .'J'^"! %\ 
Chinese crew escapp* What snail 
I do? Wait until they arc recaptur- 
ed or proceed at once?" He was in- 
structed by wire to proceed and offer 
a reward for the,.recapture of the 



LESS SPI RITS CONSUMED 

Official Returns of Inland Revenue De- 
partment Shows, Increase in 
Malt Liquor Used 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 

- — CMAKLOTTK .ISLANDS. 



FOR-PRlNCt; lit' PERT. STEWART, QUEEN 

\h\. Vancouver 



5. S. Prince Rupert. 3.G0{) Tons, S. SllPrince George: 

Monday. .-\u(7. 15th. Id a. ni. Every Friday, pi ■<. m. — ^^ — 



and every Monday thereafter. 
1 (.IC .~-i;-\n : 1: \r MIDXTCrHT. SATURDAY. AUGUST 13th and 
EVERY .SATCKDAY THEREAFTER WBDNPIR'nAYS. Returning— 
leave .s-EATTLE. HC^DAYS and TlllT-RSDAYS, MIdnlglu. 






THE "international DOUBLE-TRACK 

ROUTE 

Ileaches All I'olnt.s in 

Michigan, Ontario. Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 
New England, New York and South and East 

at temporary office. G. '1 ^ -. \\ harf S- . - ^ "■ >■ 

Write or telephone: „ . -u-n^^rr. nT)(-»\vM 

K nUPEROW. Telephone 2431. HAUOLD BRO\'lN 

;. p^ rj, ^ Dock and Freight, Agent (t. T. I . b. .S. 

"'■Genern! ,\ren.-y Trnns- A llanllc SteamBliip Llne.'^, 



apply 

; If I'lr 



Australia business and a small home- 
owned vessel for Caliao at 418 3<i. ^ 

Coastwise rates are weak and about 
25 c<futs lower. j „ 

Offshore lumber rates are quotert as 
follows; Lumber from Puget Smmd 
or British Columbia to Sydney 30s^t 
328 6d' to Mcn)OUi-ne or AdelalclP. A\a 
3d(rj}32s 6d: to Port Pirle, 35sf(!;368 od; 
ot Vremantie. 35s(i3 37s 6d; to China 
ports (steam) 3a 9>P(i3s 3d on gross; 
direct 'nitrate port. 4as^a'4la 3d; |.al- 
lao, 408'5i"lls 3d; Valparaiso for orders. 
42s 6di&43s 9d. with 2s 6d leas to di- 
rect port; to South African ports. 5r,s; 
to U K or Continent, >")2s 6d®i>3s; 
Guyamas. $5.25; Mazatlan. $5. 25;. Santa 
Roisalla, $6; Honolulu, Jo. 



STEWART 

favorlto pftssengor Btoa 

"Camosun" 



VOLUNTEERS FOR RAINBOW 

British Admiralty Asks for 31 Ratings 

of Petty Officers and Men to 

Join Cruiser 



Thirty volunteer ratings have been 
called for by the British Admiralty, 
Including petty officers and men, for 
service on the t^anadlan cruiser Rain- 
bow, which Is expected to leave Eng- 
himi in a few days for Esqiilmalt. The 
Admiralty Is also calling for 61 rat- 
ings fpr the N'lobe. which Is to be sent 
to Halifax. '■' 



EXCURSIONISTS COMING 

Chippewa Will Land a Thousand 

Pleasure Seekers Today— Will 

Make Trips From Angeles 

One thousand excursionists will ar- 
rive in the city today at 1 p. m. from 
Bellingham on the steamer, Chippewa 
to view Victoria and its environs. 1 he 
steamer will return leaving at 6 p. m. 

Next ijriday the Chippewa will make 
three rofind trips frotn this port to 
Port Ai/gcles where the Elks conven- 
tion of Washington state Is being 
held this year. It Is expected Ihiit 
a large number of Victorians will 
take advantage of this opportunity to 
cross the strait. Sailings from here 
will be mitde at 8 a. m.. noon, and 4 
I>. m., while the vessel will sail from 
Port Angeles at 10 a. m,. 2 )). m.. and 
6 p. m. 



A recently issued official return of the 
nepartmeivt of Inland Revinue of Can- 
ada sbowfi that under the license system 
generallv prevailing in the Dominion, the 
consumption of spirituous Uqtiors- U 
staadUv declining, while Oie use of beer 



ri.l iiorter has gained but onlY l.n al- 
ii,.u,-,t microscopic ratio. During the 
fiscal year closing March 31 last, the 
people of Canada consumed spirits to 
the amount of .815 gallons per capita, as 
compared with .806 in the year previous. 
The consumption of Ijeer, etc., per lieait 
of population, was 5.726 gallons, wine .97 
gallons, and of tobacco 2.910 pounds. In 
the preceding year the consumption .per 



head of beer was 5.348 gallons, of wine 
.85 gallons, and of tobacco 2.910 pounds. 
As compared with 30 years-ago. when up- 
wards of two gallons of liquor per capita 
was average, the present use of Uauor 
throughout the Dominion is very small. 
On the other hand, tliere have been 
8ll.ght Increases In the consumption of 
beer and tabac.£0;: ' ^ 




Ijcaves Vancouver every Wedneii, » p,m, 
Ar, Prince Rupert every l''rl. nfternoon 
Arrives .Rtowart e\ery .Sftlnr. afternoon 
Leaves Btowart ev»r/ Saturday p.m. 
Iveaves Prlne«> Import every .Sun. fl a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday 9 a.m. 
Tickets from Victoria at 1105 Wharf 
■ trcet. Telephone 1164. 



S. S. "Gollege Widow" 

-lie.iVT«-th«— Or-T^, -p. wharf on 

Monday and Thursday 



at 



on 



7.20 a. m. 

Excursion to Gulf Islands 

arriving imck at Victoria^ at 
S.30 P. m^' '"■ "" 

§undjf| tj^50 ?^*^Ir'P 

Tuesday and Friday 7.30 a. m. 
for Mavne and' o^her Islands. 
Leaving Mayne for Victoria 
W^PneBday and Saturday nt / 
ft. m. See official time card. 

Freight Rpoftpted. 



WEEKLY REVIEW OF 

CH ARTER MARKETS 

Coast Grain Freight Buiinesa it Ex- 
tremely Dull— Shippers Show- 
ing No Anxiety for Tonnage 

There is practically nothing doing In 
th«! Coast grain freight market, al- 
though tor steam tonnage about 2fiH 
3d could be olitalned by owners. Oe- 
splte the fact that not more than half 
the necessary tonnage required to 
move the I'alifornia crop, and only a 
minute fraction of that required to 
move the Northern crop, has been 
already secured, shippers sow no anx- 
\f\y to .secure tonnage, says the Snn 
Kraiu'isco News in its weekly review 
of the charter market. The supply of 
disengaged vessels en route to Coast 
ports Is by no means heavy, and the 
idle t'innage In Paulfic Coast ports 
1b almost cleaned up. yet there la no 
noticeable tendency towarft — htgher 
rates,- which Is undoubtedly Indica- 
tive of a pr«tty good assurance on 
the part of shippers that the tonnage 
will be avnilalde when re(iulred. In 
the dny of the R.iUIng veflsel the avail- 
able tonnage co\ild lie figured several 
months ahead with reasonable cer- 
tainty, liut the advent of the Iramp 
has revolutionized the chartering bus- 
iness to such an extent that the mar- 
ket cannot now he predicted more 
thnn a month In adifance with any de-, 
gree of safety. 

The we.ek In lumber chartering has 
brought out little new business. One 
tranip stfiamer was taken on tim« tov. 



LONSDALE COMPLETES 
REPAIRS AT ESQUIMALT 

The repairs to the steamer Lonsdale 
of the Canadloii-Mexican line were 
completed nt Esquimau- yesterday and 
the steamer is expected^^to be floated 
frrun the drydoclt today, when the 
steamer was hauled out It was found 
that a Rniall hole had been opened in 
one of her plates and a new plate was 
put in. When at Mauzanilk), on her 
last voyage, this hole resulted la a 
(luantitv of her grain cargo from 
Vancouver being wetted imd spoiled. 
The Lonsdale ivs awaiting orders. A 
deal for the purchase of the steamer 
for $35,000 by the Canadian -Mexican 
Pacltic steamship line recently orga- 
nized at Vancouver under the manage- 
m<*nt of ("apt, T. H.-Woriitni'ip ha« iieen 
pending for some time and' is expected 
to be completed within a few days. The 
steamer will lie at Esqulmalt pending 
the compiition of the negotiat ions. 





Is Distilled to Satisfy the Tastes of 

the Most Exacting 






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The King of Table Waters 




Grounded in Fog 

Feeling her way along in the dense 
fog which prevailed at the entrance 
to the Strait of .loan de Fuca. the 
lumber laden steam schooner Hornet, 
of the coast fleet, ran ashore Sunday 
in«wning on VVaddah is.land. For sev- 
eral days past tlie smoke from forest 
fires, combined with fug, bus been 
making navigation dlfflruU and dang- 
erous off Cape l-'lattery and on this 
account the steamer Hornet was pro- 
ceeding slowly. She ran ashore «t 
low tide jind remained fast until 1130 
o'clock, when U.ie raising tide lifted her 
clear of the b«ach. She was appar- 
ently undamaged, as she proceeded on 
her way to «an Pedro. The Hornet 
is a wooden ateam schooner of 402 
net tons. 

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THE VICTORIA COLONIST 



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We Gugantee 

AAlial «(• sell lo Ipo "pui'e. Give 
US ;i, tiial orrlPr' " "" 

MILK PRICES 

I'or M.'iith ' 

1 pint ilails ?1.50 

1 niiurt,- (lallv *^-00 

3 pints, daily $4.50 

■2. o.narts. dailv .' $5.75 

?, (marts,, dailv $8.25 

\ (marts, dailv $10.50 

CREAM 

Half pint . 15c 

1 pint . .30c 

1 (luaii . . . . ■ 60c 

1 Kall..n .... $2.40 

\\hdle.sale prices, mi aipl" ■" i"'>- 

Phone 2466 

The Guarahfeed Pure 
MilK Supply Co., Ltd. 

612 Pandora Av«>. 





SOCIAL REFORM 



Head of South Australian Min- 



istry Denounces 
aiid Other Form;; 
aiity 



Gambling, 
of Immor- 



Cunnrdtrt «t QuMn«town. 
I>(.>.\1M)N. Auk- 8. -In- ((inseqiit'nfft 
of the pressure brought tu hear on it, 
thVuuKh frtuh and other infhienres the 
t'tinard line today detlded tu roverl, 
to QueenBlown us u port of I'all on 
eHstboiiiul Joiirnpys, lundinK iiaHMt-ng- 
prs uwV mail tliore bfforc I'oiil im.iinK 
to I'^lslig-iMird the iif-w port on \\\f,- Welsh 
oonnt. All »t.*n.iTi*rB wxcwpt tho .L.iaai- 
tania and Maurelunla will put In at 
both guemstown and Klahijuard, i?oni- 
nuMHiiif? ,«i'|)temht'r 'iHt. , 




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of the 

Shu 

(■veil- 



HALL'S 



Compound Syrup 



-OF- 



Bypophosphites 



Is not only^the finest tonic. 

■it is also a builder up of 

brain and body fpr children 

and adults. : :V'A\'t i i 



MRKBoHRN'K, Auk. 8.— «South A'i.-»- 
(r, ilia's new labor premier, John Ter- 
lan, has placeil hIniHelt and hi.s party 
in liii(> with th(( forces th'dl; niake fof 
social and moral reform. ITuvinK dc- 
nonficnl samblinK. Mr, Verrlin prea<.'h- 
cd a ^eniioirat'PofrT'irfi!'' to' a' Chris- 
tian lOndeavor conferem-e from the 
tt\t. -I beseech .vou, ihi;refore, brelh- 
i-.ii, \,\ ilie merclo.'* of tiod, that ye 
present your bodies a living- .sacrillce, 
lioly, acceptable unto God, \vhic.b hi 
Nii'.ir r(>asonable service." 

■•li.j j-ou realize," he said, -tivat if 
.■-it. Paul were on earth today lit; would, 
be a sooliii aKitalorV" At the end of 
the reading of the 12th chapter of 
amnans he said: "If we all read and 
went bv this Book ilfo today,, would 
be better and brigh.ter. All our life's 
work, whether Industrial, ■ social 'f 
political in character, la religious. 
■'■~TTre"''SPTnT[OTi itself wa." nn?rci:. .> 
id.iin, manly talk on 4.1x». -s»J^ect ,iif 
1 ntmrir ail l ty ^ a Trf^-ttTe -neefl fi>c„.a _ li isrh 
std-ftilttPd of jiorsAnai as well as-publly 
righteousness. Here is a i-.aBsaffe re— 
rtective of the premier's unconven- 
tional method and phraseology: 

•' Don 't'^rse dirty language whrn you 
see^Klrl.H coming along the Htreet, and 
don't spit on the pavenn.ent In front 
III' dee(»nt wo men. Cultivate good mun- 
tiors, and do nothing to destroy the 
lignily of the motherhood of the stale 
which you live. To the young men 



Sernpit En Route 
The Ccrman steamer Serapis, 
Kosmos '.Jlne, sailed from 
Krancl.'noo, for N'iclorla Sun(»ay 
ing. The v.-ssel ^la.s general c.arHO for 
tViis port. At N'ictoria ami Vancouvei; 
the steamiir Sera|iis w-lll' dischargi; 
r..i(00 tons (if gencial' cargo. . On the 
return trip for Hamburg via West 
coast ports the .steamer Serapis will 
loud * full. carB6 on the SounJ.. 



No Hits; 

r,I.'NCv)l:-.N, N«-'b. 
pitched a no hit 
Topeka, this afternoon. i'!d\ 
reached first and Ih-it on .u. 



No Runs. 

Aug^ ' S..- Karthmg,. 
no run game against 



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ITALIAN EXPERI 



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Oldham & Matterson 



Phone 2358 



1122 Gov't St. 





Holds Opinion That it Should 
_ _be ConsiderecTiinTelation to 
""Those of Germany and Au's- 
tria 





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One Good Lot, Fourth St., 
Stewart. Must be sold. 



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Sold Only By 

HALL'S 

CENTRAL DRUG STORE. 

Corner of Yates and Douglas Sts 

Telephone 201. 



The Soul o'f a Piano i s the 
Action. Insist on 

OTTO MIGEL' 

Piano Action 



who are doing nothing. 1 say Join 

tsomething which wt'.l cause yoii tV 

2! remember that life has to be thougat 

out.Jr-.R^i:;.,;.? ■: 



Infantile Paralysis in Seattle 
SKAT'lTylO, Aug. 8.- Exhaustive in- 
xostigation of the causes at'wl nature 
of the infantile paralysis whkh has 
brok(>h out in this city with fal:il ef- 
feets will bo made by health fomniis- 
.sloner J. B. I'richtoii, who has reef uvst- 
ed nil physicians o/ Seattle to report 
■ ver\ case (<f the disease which 
vclopa in the city this summer. 



ROME. August 8.— <^^"ommandante 
Limo, founder of ttie^ Italian Navy 
Ijea.gue„..a.ml : ■ :..iing..Itul. ' '' ' { 

on naval mat • . ;T)ecn ii. d 

on the 8tat«^ of the British luiva.l de- 
fences, ("'ommandante Llmo coiisideis 
that it is a perfectly futile argument 
to say that the British fleet has never 
bopp so large as It Is today, and that, 
therefore, the British citizen can slee), 
soundlv' In lv}s bed. The size uf Iki.-' 
British fleet, he says, must hr consid- 
ered in relation tQ ,rhat of tJermaiiy 
and Austria-Hy4ig»Fj^M^o*!«llicr, -^ - 

As a patriotic Italian ^'ommandnnt 
LUno fears the establishment of 
German loallng statiiui in-'the Medit' i 
ranean. and looks upon the mainten- 
ance of British naVal supremacy as a 
-l-h*4t»H-t^>-4}4<;^mvit^oiintry,^.^Jj:he hirUisl'- 
fleet, he H^.vs. Is injrel.\ offenAive, Tor 
the coiiflgui^atlon of the German coast 
line Is shch that no naval d.;f,ence8 are 
hns. {..needed, because no landing force, as 
being j the French realized in 1S70. could ef- 
a se- I feet a successful landing there. Xor 
Informntion lis It to be supposed „ that the South 



de- 



and 



i'iic SlaiiDnlans In the Crows Nost 

di.'-trjct arc to havr', u newspauer of 
ibcir own, ,t;o be k^own us Slavolt 

( 'an. (die. . 



The iihotogra pliers' association of 
the Vacifle Northwest has def ided . to 
!<dd its next convention at Tacoma 
ins,tcai'l of Vaslvm [.-^Innd. the original '''ved here tiuite recently 

.-^c!' ctiot)." ■ . , 



Turkish Deputy Arrested 
C'ONSTAKTIOPI-K, August S.~t).r. 
lVi'za"N*ouf. a tioputy from SInope, 
Ica'der of the Opposition part.N 
iK'cn arrested on a charge, of 
implicated ill tlie propaj^anda of 

cret society, the Islahat. Infon ■- , - •- .-. - .. - >.„,.„„>,,; 

vvais given to the authorities hy other German population which have n<v<li 
members of the s6ciety who have al- 1 reel Interest In the sea. could have 
readv been arrested, among them be- I been Indticed to make^such vast pe- 
ing General Mustafa Namik (retired) I ci nlary sacrifices for the creatl.jn of a 
and the wife of SherilT Pasha, who was I navy unless It toad a definite aim. M 
at one time, Turkish Ambas.sador to j the present rat« Of construction, con- 
StookHolm. aid la now the leader of [eluded ( 'ommandante Ltmo ureat 
the aerret sOcietv referred to. .His I Britain will find her.self before bmg 
wife, who is an EgyptlfTn prlncees. ar- [faced by a German fleet aldejo fight 

and appeared I her- single-handtd and with .» 
plenty of money. chance of success. 



fair 




6 Roomed 
Bay. Rent 



House, James 

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Oldham & Matterson 



Phone 2358 



1122 Gov't St. 



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FIRE 





IRE SALE ! 



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$50,000 

WORTH 

OF 

ELEGANT 

GOODS 



Thursday, August 11th 



At 9 a.m. 



Will mark the opening of the greatest , 






$50,000 

WORTH 

OF 

ELEGANT 

GOODS 



Ever seen in this part ol the world 



Etc. Including $20,000 worth 



Consisting in part of Coats, Stoles, Muffe,Feath^^^^^ 

•^ , i ^ ■ buy ihcm and have tlicm made up by your own fill net to siiic youi own lastcs. 





FIRE SALE 



B.C. FUR MANUFACTURING CO'S 



AT FHE- 




904 Government Street, Close to the P. O. 



W. LINDLEY, Sole Proprietor 



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TuMrfayt Aufuat %, H19. 



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The Best Tea is Cheapest— Always 

"SAUDA" 

is the best value because it is richer, more 
fragrant and healthful than other teas. 
It goes much further. It costs no more. 



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Black, Mixed and XaluruJ Green, 40c, 5Uc, COc and 70c per 



lb. 



Bargain Breezes Blow 



ICONFL 
AFFECTS MARKET 



But, Finally React on 
Bullish Crop fiepofts 
Nohhwestern States 



your-^eves if ihev tell voirAyhal' vou ^:cc_]ierc m this line to- 
day is not immense vanics/_J-;very -pieGG-^uaranteed. .Mmiey: 
batik if unsatisfactory 



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50C Cuspictors, each 
goc Chambers, cacli .... 
$1.25 Chamber Pails, cai' 
25c Saucepans, each .... 

$1.00 Pots, each 

35c Basins. eacTi 

70c Windsor Pots, each 

$2.00 Steamers, each . . . 

$1.50 Kettles, earli 

75c Dinner Pails, each . 

I" i'uDs. aijd-gaucfirs . Milk Pa>ni 

•atcica' . ,, ••riecsT 



. . .•25': 

50c 

90G - 

. .. .15c 
. . . .75c 
. . . .2oe^ 

• • ■ • 35c 

. .$1.00 

. . .$1.00 

••••35c 

Lc. an 



J ^'We succeed by attraction through means of satLsfactroiV 

Halliday Clyde Co., Ltd. 

Phone 855 5s8 Johnson St. 



Amrr. 
AiiiPr 
Anu.T. 
j\ rn pr. 
Amor. 
A 111 IT. 



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\l„,v. ,. a ...... Apatlruent Block to be erected on Southeast corner o( Vancouycr 

Coultes suects. for th^^Trnint Edward's Apartment Hou3« Syndicate, tor plans, 
pccification.s and prospcctu^s apply at 



jn.s and prospcciu^s ap.i>iy ai 

PEMBERTON & SON, Eort Street 





aii: Mineral ¥%.rm. %: JdUseula Cop. 
per. 4'i: Monitor, 4''/t; Nabob,?; North 
lYanklln, 4^; Portland banal, SS; 
Hainbler Cariboo. 24; Rex, 7; Snowahoc, 
2: Snowntorm. 57, Stewart. 70; Won- 



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(KurnlHhed by F. W. 8tev«n»on & Co.) 

I.,ondon coppfir rioaf. Spota, ,65-0-0. 
off 2-4, Haleci SOn (onti. FuturM, 56-15-0. 
Off''2-S. hhIbh 2.S0(> ton*. 

London silver. 241,4. New York BtlvBr, 
f>3. Mexican dollars, 44 centa. 

.Stamlnrd <"opppr II 2.00fi 1 2.30. 

Ttn. »:i:i.on^j' 3.1.20. 
, Lead, $4,40® 4. no. 

Spelt.-r.. |f>.3ri«u.40. 



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STOCK AND BONO BROKERS 



Limited 



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cinCAC.i.-i, Ans. S.—WlKMil ira.lrrs lif- 

T pa n the ^Tce^r-^vith- cm«*UleF»lUc-Jihiiw;:._q_t 

1 bflurlHli 't'ccliuK. . Tlicte . .vvt:c<;-.,...?.eve>'n! 

Kood reasons .tor Ibe iJRslec tone. LI vur- 

1 pool came Ht ono peniiy or more declln« 

iirid clrtimed better rpports from l''ranoe, 

benoflclal rains in Arpentino^ aiid Ltiu 

world shipments grpatly enltirK<-d over 

tlie previous estimates, foupb^d with 

tlie foreign news from the other sido. 

tho trade had the certaln-ly of «.-var,y. 

lieaVy primary movement.. Mnny ro- 

oeivlng 4i<?useB claiiri lb-T>r-"TiinIiinB lew 

I bidH-ro-"the country berause there Is SO 

Tuiunvfrraln- being consigned that they 

l,rtV(^ abovit all they C8ahaiidle._ Tho.se 

i in the local trade who are really bulllBh 

i ri>r ft long pull were -snllsned to keep 

out of the market and await any brealc 

which may take place In connection 

x.iii, .1,." .,fn.'!iii cvpu fi«ur£a_duo_aftisr 

(■, •H-'apollB liouaeB claTrri 

,, ^.: I OK in TbttttUxern^Mlti; 

n- -sou showed excelLent yields 
Paknta a little less favorable than e.x- 
pectpil and Bom»< definite results looked 
for before the- preaent week Ja over In 
rcBiird I" North f'akota yields. They 
n,.p exiT.-ipa to 1— poor-and possibly 
son;,,. . ! poor .juality. 

\Vhc;n 11.; insrb. T-"w-, rio«p. 

Sepl I'"'- 1"- '■' 



.(4'urnished 

. Stock- - 
AlHs-Chnlmer.i . 
Amal. Copppr . .-. 
Am. Car J^^y. . • • 
Anier. '''o't. ttlf . , 

!c ,. 

l.'U'll 

Smelt. . . , 

S 11 par . .. . 

Tel 

Woolen T-.,- 

Anaconda 

AllaniU- Coast . . , 

Atchison 

li. and O. 

do - pfd 

B. R. T. . 

C. C. C. and 
C. p. R.— . . 
C. and " 

an.l A. ... 



THE LOCAL MARKETS 

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SouUi jp - „nd tJ. 

C. and' N. W. . 
C. M. and St, T 
Cent. IjeaUier.- 

C. ,F. and T. . 
Colo. Southern 
Cons. t^aB . . . . 
Corn I'roiliiels 

D. ami it 
r>. and K <; . 
Dlatlller* . • 
Krte 

(Id 1« 

i:5<'n. Klec. . . 
tJt. Nor.^^re 
(^f. Nor. pfd . 
ininolH Cent 
Injer-Met. . . . 
Int. .Taper. . . 
Int. I'timp . 
town Cei>t. . . 
I., and N. . . 
Mnckny . , . 
^ ! do pfd ■ 
' Mfxlcan Cent. 
.\I. K P., S. S. 
M K. .ind Tl 
pfd • . . 
. Missouri Vac. 
I X:it. Lend . . . 
j (1.1 . pfd . . 
N. Y. t:ent. ^ 
T. O. and 
and W. . . 
Nor. Paeifl.' 
Pae+fic Mail 
T'ennayl..' Ry. 
IVoples Gas ■ . 
Pres.ied Steel 
Reading .... 
do 18 ,pfd 
Rap. SteeU . . 

do TJfd . 
.Sloas Steel . . 
Southern Pac. 
Southern Hy. 
Tenn. Copi>er 
Third Ave. . 
T, K. L.. and 

dp pfd^ 
Twin City 
Union Pac, 
T'. ». Caat I 
IL_ S. Steel 



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True Cigarette 

Satisfaction 

If you're looking for the kiiTd' of 
cigarette that pleases and makes you 
"want more '^f you want a cigarette 
of pure, wholesome tob^co, made by 
cleanly metliod.s — then try Tuckctt's 

". & B." Cigarcttesr" 

. You will findthernof rarely delicate 
flavor — tlic flavor that comes only 
f rorn pure, sweet tobacco, which, com- 
bincd with their r^''' ■>■") t.h.n^na 
.Tronia, affords peri 
factjort to the particular oinokcr. 

Try a package to-day. 



Pip-, 



128H 



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f.2";i 



112<4 
22^4 
33 9( 
• 8% 
22«i 

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Bf»», — pfcP 108 
fihciits. ,p<'r, 100 IbB. 
Mlddllnifi!, pe>- 100 iba 
Ohiii, r"''''"" "^" .-..-.';..-. 
Kerd Wncal. per 100 lb«. .. 
1 ii.li'd (iat». pT too llxi. . 

Barify, *ei' 100 lb» 

Criiih.'d HarUy, per 100 lb«. 
Chop K»ed, r*r 100 "'■• •■ 
Wholf Cori>, l>«r 100 Ibr.. 
frai'Wed Corn. p<T 100 lb» 
Fred. Cnniniful, per 100 lbs 
H«y. Kru.iT Kiver, per ton 
H»y! pralrU . . •'• 

Frf»h Iil»t>4. p«r dor^n 

E«»tern &■(*, P*"" do««B .... 

Canikdlan. par lb. * 

Naatcbal*!. fach ...-. ^ 

Cr*am, local, aaoh •.•; 

BultT — 

Albert*, par lb. .....•» 

Ben Dfclrjr v'"" 

Victoria Cr»«>J»«»T. per In.... 
rowlchan Crn»imi.ry. par lb.... 

Comox Creamery, per lb. . 

BaU bprloc la. Cren me ry. l a>> 
',~ '" ~ FlSur.^. 

Royal HotigfholiH. a ba« • • • . 
I^aitf of th«< Wuude, a ba<. — 

Royal Standard, a bag 

Wild Roee. poi aaJ-k. .^'. 

nohln H.Mid. P'r aack 

(.■«l»nry, a baK 

SnowflaUf, a l>«ff 

Drlfltd Snow, per eack 

Thrfce Star, per aa<'k 

Moffefi Beat, per ba« 

Mata. _ 

Beef, per lb. ,.«««••••«.•••• 

Uutton. pel lb; ". ...• 

Mutton. Auatrallan 

Veal. dre»a«d. 4>«r lb — ..... 

G«ee*, dreeaed, per lb. 

Chlckena. per lb 

Chlekena. per lb.. Ilv« wetahl. 

Ducke. dreaaed. per lb. 

Hama, per lb 

Pork 

rraU. 

rir». table, per lb. 

I^mona, per doaen 
■Oran«.-e: Na'.*! , 

Banaiiaa ' 

Applpe, 1 Ibe 

Aaparaaua. (local) 

Ore.n I'raa. 1 Iba .i 

bplnat'h. * ibi 

Appl»e, per boi 

Oralrti Fruit. n:"al. ) 

Crape fruit (Florida! ....... 

Htrawberrlea, p-r box 

Tccelabiaa. 

Onlona. • Iba Tor 

Berte. per lb. : 

Carrota, per lb. ^.. 

Onlune (Auetiallan) J Iba. . 
Tomaioee,, IFlorldal. por lb. 
Arllrhoki'a, (Qlobe), earh... 
Artlohok«<a, Jeruaaiem. IW ... 

Parelf y, pt^r bunch • 

Celery, per buocb ......... 

Cucumbtra ...;..- 

I New Potatoes. 8 Iba. ....,., 

Cauliflower, each •• 

Cabbaaol new per lb .« 

Lettucf. a bead .»• 

Qarltc, per lb 



I,<0 
.. . 1.-50 

1.70 
i. 1.«5 

MO 

I 7 ;> 
1 &0 
1 60 
1.60 
1 16 
1 30 
l.Ou 
:4.00<ff2o.0O 
15.00 

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We Want ToiBuy at Market Prices The Following Stocks. 

(dacicr Creek— free .st(5ck. Red Cliff 
("dacicr Crrek— pooled stock Stewart Mining 
PoKland Canal 
Telephone us fr)r our quotations if you are In-thc-.-markef- 
to sell any of the above stocks. 

We are now operaliuj:,' Our priv.ito wire to- Vancouvrr,..; 
and can obtain the best prices on all listed stocks. 



Phones 2470 and 2471 1122 Gpvernment St., Victoria^B.CJ 



COLD ST ORAGE 

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it COLD STORAGE 5 ICE CO, 



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1.80 
1 90 
l.Sfi 
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1.90 
1.S6 
1.7i 
1 76 
1.85 



Goods received 
given 

Tclcphotic 228-' 



Victoria, B. C, 

at air liotiFS,--Expert attention 
Consignments solicited 

P. O. Box 875. 



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PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 



■OUOXT AHD aOXiD 

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R. D. MacLachlan 

Mamber Vtrtorla Rtockbrokara* 

Aasociatlon. 

Board of Trada Building. 

Phona 2106. 



Phone 2368. 1122 Govt. St. 

Oldham & Mattcrson 

Memb«n8 Victoria,- .Stockbrokera' 
Aaaoclatlon. 




TO SSBTT. 

Furnished house, six rooms, 
James Bay., .. 

roB SAtr. 

Eight-room house with larga 
• giii'den. St. Charles atreet. 
One hundred acres, Esquimau dls- 
vt, $20 per acre. 



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Great West Permanent 

Loan rla!«!! A and B. stock. 
Pacific Whaling, preferred. 
J^. C. Permanent boim. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Mamber Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association 

Room 16, Mahon Block 



Mining Stocks 

ASK US FOB PRICZa 
Bu7 or Sals 

Portlnnd Canal. 
Stewart Mining. 
Red cuff. 
Glacier Creek, 
Portland, Wonder, 
American Canadian OU, 
Canadian Northwest Oil. 
WAOHOBW, OVTYNS « CO.. 
Vancouvar. 



do pfd ....... iisH 

Ctah Copper ..... *5',4 

VlrRlni* Cheni 

"Wabaah 1 " . 

do pfd jil_: 

WoatlnBhoii'- 
Wisconsin ('•. ui 

Money nr\ call 

Totnl sales 



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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

A Corraction.. 

Sir — In llic short notice of my ser- 
mbn preached at Sidney last Thursday, 
which you give on pape 2 of your lf=.sue 
of Sunday. .\\iBUst.' Ttii. a alight typo- 
Kraphlcal error makef a very serious 
difference In the meftnlng of what I ac- 
tually did say on that occasion. The 
paragraph In. tiUestlbn reads : "Ha 
claimed that they could worship God 
acceptably without attending chtirch on 

fhin^ av.- Th e -w»r 4 "H eV-o ught ta 



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Advertise in THE COLONIST 



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STEWART 



J '» per eetil, 
3l?l,10f> .xhares. 



TICTOBIA 8T0CX BXqKAWCH: 



Tt ..-. ■ - - . 

read "They." I was stating the views 
of A large class of people, by no means 
Irreligious, who neglect puliTIc worship; 
and my 8ei"md"n was an attempt to show. 
that such views are po^^lous to the cul- 
tivation and development of the spirit- 
ual faculticie of the individual and the 
wpU being of th« coinmunity. . 



\ . ^„. „ ,,,,„,. little citv The northern termlnu.o of fiur 

^ iplendTd field for Investment at present prices . 

I STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 



Rooms 9, 10 and 11 Board of Trade 



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(Fiirnt" 
Stock 
Alherla-i anailian 
Amer. Canadian Oil-. 
Can. Northwest Oil . • 
! Alberta t'oal and Coke. 



Slevenaon 
Bid. 



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Asked. 

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. . 1.45 
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. . .120.00 
. .80.00 
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JAPANESE SEALERS 

THREATENED IVIUTI\'Y 



111 



n iireparfttlonH on 

).art tM tilt- I iiii.'il .Statea marine 
1x1- pcev.iiBt-arL..exp<cte<l uprislnp of iT 
7/it ptrnR=re— RTsH- -h tt«t:<*ra— tn i pr Ut o i i e d - 4 iv 
tli(^ flimsy jail nl Dutch harbor ittter 
thn rnptttri^ ftf- two .lMf>«n*i«e jschooti- 
cra for alleged poiit^riiyiS- nr-ttrr-'iTiiliy- 
jorr Ifilnnfis-TVTsrB Irrfmsht by- *l«»-t'; S. 
S ArnuThi, u-idsili has .lust reached 
S.'»UU>. iroin. ..the OnnHlask.ip port 
whlcli she left on .Tilly 8lh. Whikn the 
ularm was givf>n algiinlK were sent to 
the LLK. revenue cutter MtmnlnR tjmL 
\\ special guard wwa^itfnt ashore and r, 
(lend line wa« ealfihllshed nnd the pri.<<- 
(incrs notified that nnyonc .rtttemptinK' 
to oros-.s it would he sluit. TJie nhow 
nf- forces prevented Uie f>xpected ont- 
hrPHk. Tho U. S.' K. Jtusli iirrlv(Hl wVtIi 
otRclals to try the ullejjed iioapher.s 
.Ml hT. TriKirrnt? ^ ArjirfTitr- r<n i l ed. . -=■ - V ., 

That the .T^pnne«(• xenhM-.*! have lieen 
morf tutlvp th.'iu ever In HerluK •'^eii 
ihnliiK- the early |>iirt of this xeuHon 
Hrillsh schooners are not i>crtnltlf(i in 
t hr- n'>rtlwri> ^"^ viiitll Ihc hcjftntiinK of 
AnifiiKl l.H .stiiti'd In li'tterH icceivcl 
by th« Health' TIOfH, w\\\\\\ -wayH 



llV Ht 



nljUK' roncf?r-lnn lo the .Vmeri- 



cnn t")m[)iuiy wiiirli Imri hao li 

legt^ of killing tiro Prltolhif fc> 

tho i.aHt decRtle, expired IhhI y> . i ., 

iHlundS^ vvero therefor*? rcgardtjd fts a 

belter ^ '■■• '■"•• '''■■ ftir-ticaring iinl-: 

inaU f "id ')ii thl8 ac- 

count I.- ' , ^ solioonera .thnti 

I'op years pa^t .wer« m the fleet plying 
their trade cintslde the three^rnUo llm- 
TT'^nTrrre'pd tiy"^ fRe~r*>venn,C cutters 
from Paget Sound, Thick fog prevalla 
in the vicinity of the Istlandg", most of ■ 
the Hummer and luider cover of tho 
blanket of mlat, t-h« wily Japaneae 
have thisr-WMir been sending 0>tt fast 
niotoi- ! I ■ *' ' !ioon<?rs. The 

atihaun' trillea from 

the ISbu.a ■': ,....,.■-.,, . i .(Uolll to ill - 

tra ct--rh-<'"Trtf rTTttrrrr-trr-th^ •T-ntttn-jr-vh+lr. 

-f l i f ^ rn;iroiV the TnoTdV^^fflas-lw.vad.e tho 

lookerlea .and 'Kill male ftnfl female 

wealK alike. • . ' — ""--.- — ' —-—. — 

The cuttPJS. captured Hwo aohooners 
tvitliiii theTfrnll ant) the i«rcWH mim- 
berliig in' (ill |oity-a<>v>'ii .Iii|)Hii>'H"'7 liTtd 

been brought to Dut'uli • 1 'wrhnr, thir' 

rciiib'voiiH of th" patriil Tleet, to lie Ini- 
lirlfion'''d I'mtll tried, and on conviction 
«eii t to Jnnrau OT—ttr^K-e-f edrTfi 1 priwona 
>>!' thiH I'oiiniry. • ■ . ■ 

Dutch Harbor Jail FUmay 
;ih.' ,1ail at l)iiti-li llavVirir Ik a niinsy 
alTiilr of wood, find poorly coustructoU 



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I fr.i- ihe purpose to whiclr-it ts-piit^The 
-rs had l>ecivln a surly mood for 
• ,1 flays and on the night of .Tuly 
6 n concerted effort wa.t made to break 
l}ielr prOuoii %valls -and e.icape. The 
plbi, VtM mtcr: unearth ed, w tia to over- 
power the few RuMrdH at Tlie Jail atbl 
If necessary put aside by fair or foul 
means th7'' few male whUCs nf Dutch 
Hat'bor. The lycho^ners at aii<hor In 
the harbor were to be aelzeii-H^nl ihe 
:tJ«.rltt^!r--t>f-H«4*««a were to sail -tb<m 

away and -.t^a'^'apc -I he I'lnfchefi of_tl>B_ 

L'nlted KtalcM government, officials, re- I Marcli 
Ivlnfe on .their govertimoiit to protect , May, 
theni on their homecoming:. 



I diamond Vale C. and C 
Int«rna,tlonal C. and C 

Koiay (Tolllet^lea 

Western C. and C. ... 
n. C. Perm. L.oan . . 
Dominion Trust Co. 
Gl. West Permanent 
1 Pac. Whaling con^. 

Par. Whaling rf' 
i i^iowart Land 
,'-". A, Scrip 
Hinpr CrefK 
Hear Ulvpr i am.n 
Glacier Creek 
Main Ue<^r 
(). K. Krii. ■ 
I Port lan'l ' annl 
: Portland AVonOcr . . 
K. .1 I'llffs . . . 
' ' 'H^W.t-BlXl I' 
j ,\ iin Corllii i.'T ' ' . ' i H . . . 
! NilgR.M (1«" ' ..... 

Kasiiuetl 

Lucky Calumet 

Snowstorm ..... 

Ilamblfr Carlhoo 

VanobnVVr Stock 
L'liOO I'nrtla'nil I'n.naL-.at 
llt^A-Nugget Gold Mines nt $1.22 
at r,-22ii; «B0 at 1.25; iri'i at l.RO 
af 1.85. , 

.100 Red Cliff Mini 



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1.40 



' 3Cr. X«r Explains. 
S^lT^.— I have just read Alderman Sar- 
'gisons letter in a lat* i.seue of tlie Col- 
onist, holding up a block on tl;ie James 
Bay side of Oovernment street as a 
satTipIe" of the "tar-surfac«d road 1 am 
advocating for Victoria.' There is a vast 
difference. The block referred to )s 
laid in the old-fashioned way of ap- 
plvlng the tar as the road If being con- 
structed. This makes a splendid road 
that will stand heavy traffic but Is ex- 
pensive. The new plan Is to merely fill 
In any holes with broken stone, roll It 
apply the hot tar and sprinkle sufficient 
sand or powdered rock tn absorb the tnr 
nnd with a few day.x traffic you have 
n diftle.iK surface, good for six months 
tlinl will look all the world like asphalt, 
stand any reMldfntlnl i raffle and covt 
9. mere nothing whon the saving In wai- 
ertng is considft-ed, 1 am motoring over 
bundreds of miles of these tar-treated 
roads In the south of Kngland nnd can- 
not recommend thfm too strongly .ai 
the very thiiu; ^ i ' ' ' ■ uita^ ^ and 
Wants right nv, i iv K- KKU. 



FIVE ACRES ON GORGE 



Tliis nropcrtv was. being hel 

fcred for ;i (luick sale at 



WATERFRONT 

acre, Now 



cr 



of- 



$1100 PER ACRE— $1100 



N. B. MAYSMITH & Company, Ltd, 

'"• 1 Mal>on RiilMlnr. 




1 .1 iV 
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Salaa. 



I. .TO' 
.10 \i 
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.«ft 

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,tOII 

mo 



■•■*13ll 



sloko for the past ten years, loftt'ijis 

life iast week by Jumping from tju 

new 

foa 

sui 

dec 

Ism 



!W Columtali* traffic bridge Into /bl- 
aming river below. The nctior. vfaM 
licUlal.. Induced by n^tflanclmlia. Tho*, 
•ceased was not addicted to ab;lioI- 



NOTICE 



F 



W. STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

Members Chicago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 



14-16 Mahon Bldg. 



1114 Oovernment Stree 






J ! 



HEW YOBtC COTTOW. 



matter of/thjis Kittal" of .John 



Ml'nnrapoIU, Mill" 



(f-'urnisHed &y 

Option— 
,Inn. ..... 

/Ket^' . . . 



The plot was discovered In the nlck^ 
of tlnii- ^ll'l I Bpeclal force called froni 
"tho'T. ... , ul.t(<i' MaiTiiUiKtlUnr-rtT 
UiVaTaw'n.i. .i fr-WymlloM distnnt. The 
port of Dutch Harbor was pla'ed uiidfr 
martial law. a ptitroT WaH r'Stfibll.shiil 
tti the vicinity of the Jallhousc iind 
the"'gimfTTff; TirioH loaded with biU. 
ihh'rf'Tieir vip and down tho line night 
and daS', ■ wnilc ordfrs tc* shoot down 
aiuone < ros.Hlng the line without the 
lOunler.Hlgn. For Ibn-e daya and nights 
the port-of I>ntch Harbor, was on the 
keen edge of suspense. Then the wel- 
iOuie.culor.H uf thC.H,ns|iiJ)<jre In fijghl, 
-wMrb~Uie.'omct-iM <"'T Die courts and re- 
Inforccineiil.H, and Ihe ArJnerbi v as 
prriiilllcU lu ■'<all for ihi.s pKit. 



June 

•July 
Aug, 

-Hepti . 

OH. 

.\in-,. 

lU'C. 



] \\ ;-;i f ' rrinon $i < 'n. ( 
Open. High.' ffOw. Cloa*.' 
n.Kt n,7(^ 13. S3 13. 7B 
.. 13.78 
I :: , ' : - ! ,l.«8 1.1.80 

.a)i.n 13.81 ia.7o is.si 

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fore t 
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ht th 

Nlchollo.' late 

V H. A., dfc^'niied. , , ,, , 

.Ml pf-reonH having clalmi" «K»ln»i H" 

retati- .if th.o abovo named .Inhn K. NlrhOiji 

are- rpqulrra' to send unrlliiiUre ihircoi. 

mily — verTnfr.l:-Tn tbe~imttf r»i»n'-d tn ••'• '""- 

ttif> Kith, day nf Aukusi. Ifil". »fl'-'; 

dati- the undemlgnP'l ■ttornpv foi 

the exnculom nf thf will nf e»l<l .'le< »a«ed 

Win pl'occpd lo dldtillMiln the- .a»«'"\2f,, i' 

nald droe»«<-d !<tnr.nii;. Ihr imvenhe /n Itun 

thfiMo. l.nAlPK I'KS'-I ""iv i'> ihp .lelm. 

of whW'b llH-v ihPJi havr tu.il'r. 

■ llVa Government '%%.. .\Mctorla. B. O, 

AM.>rney(t\ln' fRiM for ■Rxnoitlv'- 



SFOkAHE 



ia.«2 \tA\ 13.62 

MiKino 



l«.09 

14.75 

13.!»3 

-m,8 1 

■ 13.S0 



ORDERS EXECUTED OW ALL I'XCnANGES • 

Dealers in Local Stocks, Municipal, Government, Railway. 
Trust and AH Other Debentures 

..^Private Wires to Chicago, New York, Bo?ton. Montreal 




STOCKS. 



( t'lirnUlieii h-. V\ W .si <»\ t-nsnt 

M'OKA.M.;. .Vug. N. ; Toda.',- s 
hid prices svere: AlHiuedn. I 1 
Copper, 4. 'lO; Can. Con S nnd 
I'o'plier King. «: (!erti>-, I', 

Sm*-lte»v.-, Jt4»t. +lu ling lllrd, 

i,»otheek, B'-^- Interiuu lonal ( 
liloin. :i, UiUuii/ Calumet I 



* I •(> ) 
I loHlng 

u. c. 

It, till. 
I irflnhy 
i, Jly- 

and C.. «1'; 

(jom P*.ul, 



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NOTICE pFT)lSSOLUTION 

T.\KR NOTTCK that the partnership 
lirroloforr (oil>slsting tielwRen .M. I,. Wll- 
Huii and .1, Kennerty at Victoria. B. (.'.., 
under (ho stvie of "The Victoria Oar- 
aRc' was dissolved ott tha 20th day of 
.Inly, 1910, and that th.- said buathesa 
Will In the future he carried on by S. 
1., VVIIxon to whom all outstanding ae- 
(•(iiiiits nre iia^.ahln ami who will be re- 
Apciisllile for nil Ilahllltles In Connec- 
tion with th»i waUl, l(«#liM»H». - 

.SYDNIOV D. WlhSON, ( 

J. KEN NED X. 

• \ 



DISSOLUTIOIS OF PART- 
NERSHIP 

V TAKK XOTTCK that the parlnorRhip 
heretofore existing between Frederick 
.reune und Philip .lebnc. trading as sail 
and tent makerF und^r Ihr- firm name of 
F.Jane and Brother, at No. fiTO .lolwiH..n 
Nttefel, hA>* bK-en dis!»oWed 'by mutual 
oonaant as from the 301h day ...f Juiie. 
1910, the asld Philip Jeuiin retlnns 
from Ihp firm. 

All llaWin4«» of thT' Arm will ha met 

by F. Jeune who In continuing the toisl- 

nass and all moneys owing to the late 

firm are to l*e paid to the said F. Jeiiiie. 

Oaled this, inrii day of July, liMO. 

F. .ffftUNlO. 

1'. J BUNK. 



NOTICE 



r.a the ICstnif of Thonms H. Towers, 

late or -Viy'Drla. Ibltlsh Columbi*. 

Decea.ved. lnle.<»talr 

All peiHons hnvlivg Claims 'against th« 
i1eiean»Ml Hf idi.ie.sted lo send partic- 
ulars thereof, duly veriflpij. to the_un^ 
ilei!!|«n.>d on or bi-fore tbo 1st day of 
Sf'ptemlier, 1810, after ^vhlch date th«» 
fidmlnlstralrlx will proceed to dl»lrlbut'« 
the a-iseta of the deceased among thw 
pcrs(nia entith-d (hereto haviuf regard 
only to the claims 'if which Bhe then 
lu»«t notice. 

Dttled tills IMMh day of July, 1910. 
Ol-IVIC .V. towktw, 

Victoria Went. 
ricl<»rla. « c 
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Oi.AMUUSO ADVKBTMIKO RAl'JC* 

On« eao' « word eaoh ^■laaerllen', lA, ptt 
cent dliioouh( tor alx or moro Gonsc-cullv* 
lna«rtloii«--ca«h with order. No «<lverll»e- 
ment accepted t'lr KM* than 35 centa. 
bvalneM and Prorrxulonal Onrda — ot four 
llntsa or uiidt^r — |1.U0 p..r Wfi-!c. 

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Uaa ihau )2.00 

riiona No. 11. 



Bg^^lN ESS Dl RECTOR Y_ 

AKCtnxEcrrf 



C'^KIFFITH, / H. S.. ,; All .:il FT EOT, 
X Uovernjhent St. Phono 'l*A». ~ 



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HOOi'KR. THOMAS. AHCm,TliCT — IN 
practlto In U. ,C. fur twenty -llvs yoara. 
l'Uu« and kpt't.'lll(.:tih«iii) LuniiBht'd uii uppU- 
lalloW. iJfllo«.. C Sli»ti.i* Blucli. PliDiio »27. 



MAl.'1-LRli. S., AXlClHTKCT—o ANU' 7 
rive SlBlLia BlocU. Tel: Hen., 13-704; 
Uftlce. 1167. ■• 



(1 EI. WOOD 'W ATKINS.. ARCHlTBCTr— 
J' Koom 10 Flvo Siauru Ulock, Victoria. 
y. C. T«ltphcni.>i: Ofllco Z1S». Ucaldcnco 
L-ia»8. ' __^ ■ , 

■ AKy -o'iiASS ' ; ■■ - 

K. HOY, OVEK THIKTY VKvMiS 

• ■c:rperieiTFn in Art — ^(asa trathrd- 

lighls for rliiiri-hf», m hooisi and •prlvattr 
dWKliiuKs. Worits and store Sin Vatea ai. 
I'ho.iu !J!H7" . ' 



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OJ W. CUiailOLM & CO.. MA.vyFAl.-TL.'R- 
KJ« ira or lead.'d an glaea. Hen u» licforo 
placliiK >our oiriir. H. pulrliiB a specialty, 
i'hone lies. 803 I'or' slri'i't. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



KHPLOVME.NT BCRKAU 



THE JAPANKHE UENKKAL, CONTKAC 
Co., I..td.. l«17 Btoro m. P. O. B.^ 
888. AU kinds o( lontiuut and labor supply. 



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riNtJ on; 17Trff730VT BT. I'HONK 23. 



Fl'KNIXt'RK MOVINO VANS 



BUSIJ\IESS DIRECTORY 

BCAVBNUINO 



E. 



1.I.NE8 . 
d«nc« 



_ YAKD8 
428 Couk 



CLEANKU. RKSlf 
St. Phone 1799. • 



I "n 1 U I A St '.V V KNtI 1 NO 
1S2G UovvrnniiLit sirpot. 
Ashi'S and ruhbluh n'moved. 



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CO.. offii:k 

Phone 662. 



USJIU' BITRT'S PAUUliU KUKNITDKIS ANU 
piano movlnif vans. Phono 828. Offlce, 
"HS Pandora. 



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;iNa ON, 1709 GOV'T BT. PHONE 



(iJLAMH AM> C<I.AZIN<i 



STOKAUB ANU WABKHOt'SINO 



R. 



HT., 



E" 



ijRv debchIptTon of U1,A«S — 

Plata, ahuet, prlsniatlc. uriiuinontal, 
leaded, ate, ,TUb W«lrua(s Co., L.td., 618 Fort 

Bti-eet. " . • ■ . 



■WV 



HARUWAKK 



ImioH, 
aifrlcultiiral 



Johnson 



E. ■ G. &:co:—nAnn\VMm.:AS»L. 

rhiplptriiijutgi. Corner of 
and Oovprnininl Sis. ' ' ' 



rnWli ilU.'KAlAN TVIO IIAHDVVAKI': CO.— 
J- l.ld,. Iron, «te<>l, linrdwaro. cutlrry, 30 



and 34 Vnii; 



•t, S'lilorla. y. C. 



; UOTEL8 ANU I{K»l^Ai;UANT8 



BA.\NEnM.-V.N & llOUN 
ijjjtidliyf, c 
sfrpi't,' ViL'toEET 
nislii'il rooms. 



HOTKL, NEW 

InK, co rn»;r Broad and_ Jyluison 

Modcrti offlcus nnU tur- 



Al<l*<>.Mt)jni.KS 



WESTKUN MOTOU & SUPPLY CO.'*- 
pajiy, n. P. Clark. Manaffcr. Sola 
aceiils for Uuloka. Franklina, llumbira. 
CJlement Ta'llujts and Rovi-ra. Storii(,-u. sup- 
pllea. tlrvS-uU ^i^>» and niakta. liulU guao- 
llne and oil. Itt-pairs. complete vuiuatiUIng 
plant. HlRh daaa— Uv«r-y.— T«lephonu IJUS, ui; 
It line busy 2*07. _ 



BACiUAftK IJKI.IVElir 



HASTV DELIVERY HEKVICE. PHON13 
907. Express. transfer \yBgron» and 
mesaonttpra promptly" supplied. 61 (» Com^or- 
"a'nt" stfctC"' 



V 



ICTOllIA TRANSFER CO., 

pphona l;!9^,_.__ , 



LTD., TEJL- 



ULLK PKINTINO ANl* i^lA l'S 

I>H1N-T3. ANY LENGTH -IN ONE ' PI ECE. 
six cents per fool. Timber and land 
inapa Electrlo - Blue Prints and Uap CO.. 

1218 Uaujcluy. 



HOAra AND ENCUNE8 

ICTORl.\ DO.\T & ENOINE CO., H^D— 
Boats and launches built: estimates, 
repaJrs, designs. Shop, fi* David slieet. 
W. D. Buck, nianager. Phone au.5. 

UOOKBINUElU> 



V 



rpHE COLONIST H_AS_^ THE BEST 
-L equlped bookblndcry In tha province; 

tru^ result Is eqiufl In proportion. 



BOOT .•VND SHOE HEPAn ttXCi 

HE ONLY SHOE MACHINES THAT 
have proven satisfactory la the Cham- 
pion. Made expressly for shoo repairing. 
Try them. Hlbb's, 3 Oriental Alley, oppo- 
sUa Pantaffes. 

BOTTLES 



ALL KINDS OF BOTTLESJ W.\NTED— 
GoQd prlcea paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency, , 1620' Store street.' Phone -.131), 



CALIFORNIA HgTET,; 19 JQHN80N ST. 
newly (Itif-d up from boitoni to top, 
good accomrnod.iiliin. opurtlnB Kallery, coni- 
prUliiK ll!e-al/.ia I'li.iliia ,o( all the iioU-d 
sporlM and a:hli les up In Ihu pn-setit ilay., 
Uar «lwa.\» supplUd with best goods. Thus. 
L. McManus, proprietor. . . ' 

"M-EW liOTJCL BRU>^^SW^CK. NICEST LO.- 
_4-*_ cjilloti In Victoria, nicely furnlshert 
rooms at nioderato prices. Weekly rates. 
All cars pass lu-tol. Two enti'ailcea, corner 
Yates and Douglas. Phone S17. " 

rpHE COltMERCTAL ^ HOTEL. ^COTfNKU 
J-/ Douglas and Cormorant ^ts., opposite 
Clt/y Hall.. Itriiovamd throuifhout. Rooms 
nor.e In elty. Bar repletd with 
y. Pool room 
Phone 170i. 

INVESTED ^.EADS 
-reswlt — n»ai* ' ~T >e — B-t-- 

lalned by purchasing the best Ibo meal In 

the city at The strand Cafo. 



(.;. FUNERAL FUUNISHINO CO., 1016 

Gov't St. Tel. 2235. ■'•.':;3C ,2237. 2238, 

. Prompt "attention, t/lias. llayward, 

; X. llayward, Sec: F. Cnsclton, Mgr. 

J. HA.NNA. liNUEUT-AlKTUt — PAU- 

lors 920 Yutes St. Orndualo U. S. 

Colli'Be oC Eniluiliiiliig. Cuiuxat'ior to II. M. 

--Nnvjt" Ofrlrir-phonf ^-IHI: Hes.— ph«>H» ftl-l— aJ- 



■ edond 

the best. Kurypean plan oiilj 

In connectioii;" ,1. Lucas. Prop. 



MONEY ■PROr'ERLY 
1 « ' ■ t or tu rrp: — 'fh+s- 



^'ANI'BR HOTEL AND CAFE — tAI^ISf-tJN- 
AlJ Ion help, 660 Xohnson St. Why pay 
more when ypu can jrtt the best fcr less. 
Meals 20c; rooms 25C~and iip. Bar replete 
with beat goods. Joteph HaIan.gno. Prop. 

ill 
. . plan; cuisine 
unexcelled; bar best goods; rates moderate. 
Wright ft" Faulkn*r. Phona 1105. 



HTRA.VD KQ'flyi^ CAEfi,^- 
K7 always open. European 



HOTEL VICTORIA— UNDER NEW MAN- 
ogem'ent Moat central In city. Bus 
meets all ateamera and trains. Graham & 
Grant, proprietors. Phone 480. . 



\T71LSON HOTEL. 646-648 , YATES ST. 
» »- European plan; large and nlry roo/na;' 
bar Bupplled with best goods. Ted McAVoy, 
proprietor. Phone 1632. ^ 



rpUE 'WrtLfVWs— TUORQUOHLY - RENO- 
-•- vated througho'it. and equipped Ih the 
moat modern and up-to-date style, and aup- 
pUed with heat g oods. ,A,lmx. Llpsky. prop. 

3EUELLER.S, WArClOtAKEUS, ETC, 



J\.. 



PETCH, 
ap"clalty 



1407 DOUGLAS 
ot English, witch 



JL'XK 



I.ARA.NK B. HU.MK— CO. >H AND- 

. builder. Plan^ and si" i iiuiuons pre- 
pared for approval. i;sliinat.eii furnished 
on any class of Structure, Offices Cor. Rol- 
and Ave., and Oxford St., I^ O. Box 1.70. 



1U.NKY BROS.. BUILDERS AND fO.V- 
.1 trnctora, ar» prepa-red to give prices on 
all building and joblilng >vork. Phonu 679. 
We attend to your nidcr. 



\\TE8THOLilE LUM.HICR _CO., LTD.— 
»> General Conlract.ira and Bulldera 
Office 701 Broughton. Phtinc. ISOS.. 

\\~'iLLi,vir F.~Di:ysi)Aia;. •■oN.TUAi'Ton 

>> and Vii;lin»'i- la. pr. pii!< d to k"v" |trlet'» 
I'll all IpiiHiiirir und '.tob work. R'-(!l<|inei»»' n 
►p.c!al'.> 1033 NujtU Park. Ht.. T»le- 

p .1 on 11 1 - ' . ' ■ , ' 

CUIimPti oY. • - ';; 

A.\ii'iTiiLL, cKiRO.PODis* iili 

Foft ¥treet. * :"---'■ 



WANTED— SCRAP 
T.Inc, leod.-cnst 
rubber: highest prlcea 



BRASS. COPPER. 
Iron, saekn. bottles. 
paid. Victoria Junk 



LANDSCAPE GvVKnEXEIt 



JAMES SIMPSON, 
phono RllSO. 



951 .rOHNSON ST. 
^"xpert o'-i' all garden- 
and orchard details, tr., » improvrrl. scale 
removed, greenfly annihilated without In- 
jury to flower, frulf or foliage. Gardens 
kept, .cont racts taken, roses a specialty. 

T A.NDSCAPB GARDENER— P U ITn 1 NO 
A-^ grafting and all kinds of garden w.ork 
skilfully done by day or contract. D. Mc- 
mlllaVi, JSoom 7, S40 Johnson St. Late gar- 
dener to Mio Marquis .of I'readalbane. Ta>v 
moutb Caslle, Perth, Seotland. 



...'X Fol-t 



Y 



IJVKKV AND •^•RANSFEK 



ICTOKIA TRA.VSFE'R CO., LTD., TEL. 
l-'D. Best service In th..-''clty. 



S. BYHN. 1302-4 WHARF 

of Vates: commission, storage, 
housing, manufacturer's agent and 
No. 10. Phone 394. P. O. Box 408. 



(^TORAOK AND 
^ feet of Iloor 
ran, i«85 Yatejj. P. 



WAItEHOL'SINO — l!t,OOU 
apace. Apply W. W. Duq- 
O. Box 179, City. 



TEAS AND COFi-EES 



I)10NEEH 
Ltd.. Pembroke 
phono 597. 



'OFFEE & BPICW MILLS, 
street, Victoria. Tele- 



TLMBEIt, >I.AM)I», ETC. 



.1. IIHOWNRICG. TIMIJEH 
Trvlnlnif. ' Ol'flco Imperial hulel. 



/I APT. C 
"^ lands. 



I N I ) I'Jlvi: AKKSO^, AWJU-^- JJMB ALMINO 



B. 

2239. 
I'res. 

w. 



IPIlOI.Sri'.lll.NG ,\ND l>ECOKAriN<J 



QT1L.es a SH.VHPj CONTllACTtMlB FOR 
lO upholstering, rem 



ng 
carpets cleaned, etc., 
polished. 806 Fort St 



moving and packing, 
furniture rejpalred and 
Pboao 2149. 



WHOLESALE DUV GOODS 

CO 



LTD., 



WHOLE- 



rpCHNER-TlEETON 
-1. salo dry go6ds. Importers and manufac- 
turers men's furnishings, tents. "Big Horn " 
brand. sTifrty- u v C i u I It ."Vlnll orders attended, 



MUOLES.4.LE' WIN KS 



ri^URNER-BEETON CO 

JL St., Vic ti) r I a— W 

leading brands ot liquors.; direct 

W'rHti for llsi* and prices. 



LTD 



WHARF 
11 the 
Importers. 



wool,)- AND ri EL 



YY^IILSON, E. A,, DKALiCR IN ALL KINDS 

VV ot mlUvJood, wood, bark, etc. ^Four- 

lo ot le ngths. _i2 &'!. per-.cpr.d;" 'atovo lengths, 
{3.00 double load. 3ll6pohn St. Phoiio 2073. 



/^HKAP FUEL-tTRX a HEAPING DOU- 
v> ble load of "Bhort^cut mill wood, de- 
livered to -any part of city at Ja.O^ C. O. D. 
by Cameron— Ijum+rrx-T^n:: 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



VANtOtVEK 



JAJ^HAMBRA HOTEL — .MR.S. 8. THO.'WP- 
JuL. ■ son & Sons, proprietors; R. D. Thomp- 
son, manager. Corner Carroll and Water 
Btre<ts, Vancouver, B. Ci A'ancouver s llrst 
hotel. Situated In the heart of the city. 
Modernly equipped throughout. Midday 

lunch a speclaFiy, European plan. Fumed 
for good whiskey. ''. ' . 

BLACKBlfRN HOTEL— A. £ BLACK- 
burn. proprietor. This well-known and 
popular hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnish- 
ed IB now open to Its patrons. Steam, heat, 
tine Commodious rooms, llr-at-clusa d-ki-Ui-c 
roon), best attention to coinfort ot gu> si 
'-J3.4HI pop- (ItA^. - '^ 

pean plus, .Iic upwarda 318 Wcatniiua.. 
avenue. 

C'tOMMEitClAL HOTEL^CORNER HAS-i^ 
> Ings and Camble streets. Headquarlera 
lor inini:>,g and couuiiirclal meti. Kates %2 
and upwards. Atkins, John-sou & bluwart, 
pr'oprietora ■ ' 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



rai! uKVKKKux k-mi'loymknt anu 

OENRK.'iL AUKNCy 

1009 Fort Street. Hour* 3:80 to 6:30 
Telephone 447. 

RANTED — CARPENTERS FOR COUN- 
try at once. $4 day. 



v\ 



\\rANTEI)--OOOD COOKS, ALSO THREE 
' » housemaids and several general malils. 

DRESSM-VKEUs 



T 



wo EXPERIENCED 
want work. 



s 



EVEHAL CANARIES FOR SAf'E— ''"'*N<1- 
slerS- "'■ 



at 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



TO KKNT- 



T 



M> LET- 
barn.i 
store. *■ 



l.AROB .N.EW KTAUl.K 

Apply Old I'oat Office 



AND 

Cigar 



rno LET — 2500 F 
-I- ground floor, 
ply 1' (J. Box 683. 



EET OF FLOOR SPACE 
centrally sHualed. Ap- 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

TO UCT— U0i;8KKUKl>I>'0 ROOMS 



TO- litaV — J<H.'ltNmHBO, T/ARGE" BED 
, room Willi use of dlnlngromn, kitchen, 
bath and telephone. Apidy 120 Oovernni<ni 
street, James Bay., No children. 



CONDENSED ADVERTIStNd 



mOOU AMD •OAM>. 



HOLLTEB-^.75« C?OUTlTNET '(LATBI BAJBD 
Tel. l.,l«18. Room and board; terms 



rpo 



I.ET--HOlISEKEEPlNa. 
Huinbolilt stl-eei, 



iiOOMS.- Jif 



4JAXE.NHURST, 

C5 Btreet. clofe parliament tH*41dl»cs 



r|.o 



HE IIKMILY RUX'OMMENKICl) A 
capable eook. housekeoper (or bach 
elor's establishment. BefBrences moat 

factory. " ' • 



LIST YOUR BOAKU AND ROO.MS WITH 
US. Warburton & Co., 1005 Uovernmoit 
street. 

T~q~KENT'bli' TOJRI'^^^ 
roomed cottage, baUi and electric light. 
!One m*iiuto from car. Lot 60x130. ,133 
Adelaide street. Apply Owntrr, P.O. Box 

.8 -1 ;■! ' ■ , .. 



«n^i«- 



IIELl' WANTED — MALE 



O^ 



.\',E ytELlAULE MAN WANTED 1 .->' 
evetv town to ' take -orders for h.-.-il 
ciiiili.ni-ti'iiMh,- elolhes In Capada: Ifl^he.-ii 
i-uiiuiirsaiim, Itex .Tailoring Co,, jjmilo.l,, 
Toronlo,, ,Ont. „- . 



rno LET— ROOMS 
-L to 7i0 Fort 



AND OFFICE APPLY 
Btreet, near. Douglas St. 



TO LET— HOUSES 



T' 



KE.N'T 
fiurden. 



-E'lOHT-rtOo.M iU;»USE; FIXE 
elite district; $3(), 1 b'O Colonist. 



-ASSIS'rA:NT BOOKKEEPEK. 
stating age, salary and experl- 
uce lu 187 t'oloji.a . 



\\rANTED 
> > Apply 



\\/'A.NTKD— UOOKKEEPEH- 
> » perlence In. lumber 



WITH 
n-jde. Apply 



EX 



250, -Victoria. „____ __ 

LVrKNO<lirAl~HER~',^VAN'i*12b ' IN- LAW 
►o offices; must have had exporleticC- In 
legal work and be familiar with on ce rou^ 
tine iiiVd simple bookkeeping. Apply slitt- 
ing .-xpi-rienCe, etc... Drawer 19-1 Colonist. 



\\ 



'ANTKD— FARM, HAND, 
to right miin! wagea 
Apply to D. A- Downey 



STEADY Jolt 

:. 136 month. 

sidnuy. Pr Q- . 



Hmad 



r A ,\ iTilb—A N b FFIVE BOY OR ST U 
en I. Crawford Coarea, Architect., .1112 

street.. .4 ... .,. ■ ■" • • . 



AT I'Al.'L'S DYE 



Ur ANTED — DRIVER 
works; good canvosscr preferred. 



\\JUVSiTED— TWO GtHWi— JELASTEliSRS. 
> V Apply J. Bryant. 1327 Edmonton- Road, 
I>hone 2132. 



\t 



TANTED— -t HaVERAU 



-BJtWS-lVHiiiU^iEa- 



WJANTBD — ONE 
\ T every tgwn _t.O _ take 



quart-z- miners for work 1" InlurUjr ot 
\'aiicouver island. Ap plyjtl_0. Box JOg. 

iriLlABDB NAN IN 
ordera- for beat 
cuatom made clothea fii Canada. Hlghi^st 
commission. Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., Toron- 
to. Ont. 

ANTED— CAPAffTB SXLESMAN TO 
coTer British Columbia with staple 



H*^ 



ANTED— CAPAB 

coTer British Columbia 
line.. Ulgb commissions, with $100 
■advance. Permanent position to right 
Jeaa H. Smith Co., Windsor, Ont. 



OCSE TO RENT— 1712 DE,NMAN ST. 
10 rooms with all modern convcnleno- 
es, large- garden with fUiwera and vege- 
tables, tWi: iity-four fruit trei-s." thirty dollars 
jier month or would lease lor one year. Ap- 
monthly t^ry" ^'Ictorlg hotel. 



llKLl' WANTE1>— jtE.M.rVLE 



\\''ANTED— ASSISTANT 
It Kelo.wna HoapRal: 



NURSE _ FOR 

_ salaiy: TJf<S "" per' 

■RTonTh. State qu.iirilcatl'ins, testimonials, 
experlt nee und age. Apply to beclelary, 
Kelownu, 



Box i;y. 



B. C. 



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'ANTED A WAITRESS, 
minion hotel. 



APPLY Dt>- 



"ED— TO 
men. 

between the 



W^A.VTEU 
>V three 

ee 

\ \ 'ANTl-;i>- .Vl'RSElVIAIU 
t • < 'olluiHon 

w 



KEEP HOUsiS FOR 

Apply ^1137 .North Park 

liTiuTs of 6 und 8 p. in. 

^ATi'PLif ioTi 

Cook. - . ' ' 



corner of 



LADY 



DEMCj;<.STR.V10RiH 
L-eesaary. Cull . 303 
St. from 



A .NT ED 

experlt 
Henry atre- 

^^A^^Tu ...... .O S LPER INTKNl) 

loinrig, "srfian fiiillTlyr .IfllC" 
Ke(U: good home. 188 C«lonlat. - 



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\\ ) ..N rOU AR- 
take large auto bus 



OTEL DOMINION 
rlve at Vancouv 
which will take you to this iiotel free. Our 
aervlce la Ihe beat obtainable at the price; 
Amei-lcan plan, il.SO to^t2.00 pvr day. Auto 
inakea one trip dally arotihd~ Stan ley Park. 
F. Uaym-s. proprlelpr. ■ • 

PROFESSIOfiAL DIRECTORY" 



DENILSKJ 



UTUOjtHl Mil I St; 



< nil l-VtHNHEK.S ANl> HUKVEY<MtSv 



A . Oi ALDOU,-^ 



It C. L.X.ND .-^r^iV^IV.'iK 
l.ec iiulldihg. Broad 
I'. I). Bo\ 542. 

C.E.-T^All kinds ot civil 



Ju. ■ eng!nVerln({ and surveying undertaken. 
l.aL'road location ' nstructtuu a ape- 

iialty. 1107 Lan 



/.\OHE lit M:.OUi.i.i;i. J. HERrflCK Mc- 
^ -T Gregor. .Mgr. Land Surveyor and 
civil engineers. . I'hancery Chnmbera. P. O'. 
Box HZ Tel. AB04. -Fort George otOcr,' J. 
i' Ttmpteton. .Mgr. 

1 )OBERTKON, A. L— BRITISH COLU.M- 
i-V bla Land Surveyor 522 Fort atreet, 
Victoria. B. C. Telephona L-1S47. i». O. Box 



•J- ITHOfJRAPHING. ENURAVINO 
-»-/ Embossing— Nothing too large 
nothing, too small; yoUr atalloncry is 
pdvaney agent; our work is unequalled 
of Toronto. . The Colonist Pi 
Ptibllshing Co., Ltd 



D" 



I.EWLS HALL. DENTAL SUKOEON. 
-——-■> — Jewell block, corner Yatrs and Doug- 
AND iBB streets. Victoria, B. C TelephoncB — 

and I Office, 6i7; Residence. 122. 



'r in tint; 



LqCK.S.UITU8 A.M> AlAt,HLM.s l.S 



your 
west 

and j J 

j Sts.' Pnoue 2260. Ofllco hours; 9.30 a. 
Xo..Ji_B, ,10. Evenings by appointment. 



DR. H. J. HENDERSON, DENTIST, LEE 
building, corner Broad and Johnaon 



&AFER. ,L. — GENERAL .MACHINIST 
-*-L pew parfa pf all klnda made In braaa, 
pe^r and aterl, or any sort of. metal. .Ma- 
chlne shop, 169 Government St. I'hone 930. 



i*JWsp^" 



r.r.MBER .HANlFACTrUERS 



TJRO.MPT 
X with 



CAKPENTKKM. .TOLNERS. JOBBERS 

C-tAPlTAL CARPE.NTER A.ND JOBbTnG 
J factory, Alfred Jones. .\ll klnda of 
alterations, jobbing 'work, 1003 Vancouver 
and Yates. St! '^ I ■ftlCB phuue B2011. flea 
R79B. . '.:. • 



CABBL^G I : 



\ '^ 1 I 



W".vr..nX- JDXlAIiEKS 



DELIVERY—ORDERS PLACED 
Cameron*" Lumber t7o., Lt<l,, for 
lumbci. mouldings, doors, -Bhlngks and lath 
Phony »e4. OfHcfi 3S6 Garbally Hd.~ " 



w. 



H. 



aiASSAGB 



MRS BARSMAN. ELKCTH tr' u4j«l 
batha: medical niaBsaim. loos n-nrr ur 



batha: medical maaaage. lOOS Fort St. 
Phone- B-196S, ' ' 



OITICIANS AND OPTO.'4IETB18T8 



BLYTH. , A. P., 
Quartiir of a 



TiTAB.;.!-:, \. ,. .1 . I -,..,. 

JJ.M. Lai- h Ian bugijiea, traps; cannot be 
beaten tor durability. Waruhquao 717 John- 
a.^n St. Phone 1326. . ' 

-■;"-- - CHiMNBY 'refc^AmNO - 

■ , ' "■-* ."' V 

\riCTORIA CHIMNEY CLEANING . CO.. 
defective flues, altered and grates re- 
hacked, i Phono L1744. 

CLOTHEM' rLEANJNU 

riENTS' CLOTHES CLEANED^ DYED, 
-^Ajr repaired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made, repaired and re-covered- 
Guy W. Walker. 708 Johnao-n St, Juat east 
of Douglaa Phone L-i367i - 

YY'AH CHONf^ — LADIES^ ' AND GENTS' 

" ' V dry cleaning, pressing and repairing 

on short notice, 1725 Government Btreet, 
Victoria, B.C. 

COAL AND WOOD. 



646 FORT— OVER A 
century's experience, and 
modem equipment at your service.. Free 
examljiatloii. Lenses ground uo .premises 
Phone -JJi^^ ■ ■ -T "^r^":: 



F. FRASER. D. Si. D. — OFFICE 73 2 
Y'atea St., Guresche block. Otnce 
boura: »,«• ft. Jn.,""to 6 p. m , 

' " DETECTIVLS 

e. DETECTIVE SERVICE, VANCOU- 
,ver. Civil, criminal and commercial 
Invesllgatlona R. 8. Baron. Superinten- 
dent. Head Offlc*. Rooms 207 and 2u8, Crown 
building, Vancouver, B. C. PhuUs 4203. 
Bloudhound trailers kept. . 

i PACIFIC DETEC'l'lVE AOENl.'Y, DOING 
general iln. nlmlnal and civil private 

.de i enivt — i v ui k, t n wi l l — ■ f Hid tl ' ie w ' l ii r e- 

nboutspf any persons w-h'pae lodenttty or 
addressea are unknown. 90B Government 
street, phonn 2171. 



\"\7ji:sTF.nr 

> V J:r.om 



l'.UNTER8 AND PAPEHHANGKRS 



IpRANK ' MELLOR — PAI.NTI.NO CO.V- 
traator. 1126 Vie w street. Phonn IMI-- 

HENRY RIVERS— PAINTEh. OL^AZIEr! 
kaisomlner and i>aperhanger, 749 Mar-i 
ket atret, Victoria, B. C. EatltQatea cheer- 
fully given on application. 



BUBT, GEO.— DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
ot wood and coal. Delivered to an; 
part ot city, at currebc rates. Phone 323, 
yards, 736 Pandora. 



GO TO J. E. ORICB TO GET TOUR FALL 
orders. Wood piled In yard or lot be- 
fore cutting. Measure guaranteed. Id cords 
or over. Tel. 149. 

HALL A WALKER — WELLINGTON COL- 
ll-rl.-s C-jal, Comox Anthracite Coal, 
Blarksmlihs and Nut Coal specially pre- 
pared. Tel. 83; 1232 G overnment SL 

INfJIIAM. J. & CO. — OFFICE 1208 
.. .JiHQJ^D St. . CanX.d.eU.v.crtd._t0...nny, paxl 

of the t-lly nt -eu^^■-t^^- ratCB. — PhonTr--64f, 

Wharf, foot of Chatlj»ira St. 



1:>AINTER, J. B, & SONS — r:OAL. WOOD 
and bark of nnest quality at current 
rales. Try our new' and' specially prepared 
jiut coals. Phono 'CSfl. Offlcu 611 Cormor- 
ant Bt. , 



_;^ CREA.MEqlK8 A ND D AntrKS 

KOYAL DAIRY— CHEA.MERY BUTTER, 
lee cream, milk- and buiiefrniik ; re- 
liable for t^uolUy and gurlty. I'.n, iiiu 



CJBARS. 'J. — PAINTS, VARNISHES 
K? brushes; -specialty of waltpdp^r, tha 



newest piH-terna. Give me a call^ 
1607 Douglas street, I'hone ,R-10«4, 



Store 



rpHE MELROHB CO., LTD., «Ig FORT 8T. 
X undertake every branch of the painting 
and decorating bualncss and guarantee sat- 
isfaction. 

. I'ATENTB- AND LEGAL 1-^ 



N . DWTKiTlVB ASSOCIATION 
Sylvest'-r block, Yatei 81 
cttinmerelal and criminal Investigations, ae~ 
counts promptly^Tollected, special audits, de- 
faulting, . ite. All buaineas atrlctly eonfldr^Ti^ 
tUil. Pho ne 2-t87; _; ' .^ ; 

TOBGES AND SOCIETIES 



\V 



'ANTED -Wo.Vl AN TO 
ihiee <'liildien. Apply, 
slrret. 



CARE FOR 
1715 Blanchard 



HOUSEKEEPER W^AJ^TED J''OB SUALL 
family. Apply .Jjlra. 43Ioom, Empress 
hotel barber ahop. 

\T'.\NTED— AS.-^IST.\NT NURSE FOii 
» V ■ Kelowna < 'ullage Hoapltal, aalaryfSO 
mimlli, . Stall- qualltlvatlona, leatlmonlula, 
experience and ag> . Apply to secretary, 
Mi.X 69, Kelowna, It. C. 



f^ IRL FOR LIGHT,' 
vX Suiierlor street. 

xV'.X.NtRL)— A WA . 
V> ward hotcU P- : 



HOCHEWOUK. 515 



OR KING EU- 



AT ONCE — EXl'ERIENCED 

gooda aalealady; alate <jxperlence 

and sa lary < xp -eted. Cv)»lchan .Merchants. 

Limtr ^ 



W'a.Sted 

V V dryx 



il, ' DUfll-rii\, B'. f 



IN 



\',\TANTEDr-A LADY WAirRESS 

\V llulnler res'tiaurant, 460 Johriaon 



alr,-,-et,.. 



\\ 



'ANTED-r-WOMAN TO CARE FOR 

wpuld 
winter. 
Jainea, 



like* her to go to Kamloopa for 
Apply fi29 Andrew street, corner 
••venings; Victoria West. • 



\\:.a.nted 

>\ Apply 

Aderrilde. lOsiiulmall, 
11 uni ' m. 



-A NURSERY 00VJ:RNKSS 
Mrs. J. 8. It. Mataon. Movnt 



between the hours ot 



\\T.\..N : ,;.n;eral servant at the 

VV B.C. orphanage. Hillside Ave, Apply 
to the matron betwiren 2 and 6 or S and S 
p.m. ■ 



^ 



HIRTY more SEWING 



M ACHINE 
power 



OP- 



chines, eight hour day, union wages. Be- 
ginners taught. Apply Turner Beeton & Co., 
factory corner of Bastion and Wharf ■iretils 

vii/tona. ^./ .-- ..^— J. ■■ ■ 



w 



JAN'rED— DRESSMAKING AI'PRENTl- 
ceB. Apply Mra Angus; 3rd floor 



.SpvAcciL'Ja.., 



^j__ 



Y-V'LAJ*^'riSD?^D;: 
V V 1-ea. Appi> 
Spc-neer^a ' 



..ING APPRENTI- 
McMlllan, Ird floor 



O. F. COURT NO 
. JNo. B93S, me.ets . 
Broad street, 2nd and 4th 
F. Fullerton, aecretaryr' 



A. 

Bro 

F. 1 

K. 

and 
and 



SITfAt,;iON8 WANTED— MALK 



WeduesdayB. W. 



OF P.. 'NST-l. 
Friday. K. ,ot 
Pandora atreeta 
S. BiJk fi44. 



FAR WEST LODGE, 
P. Hall. cor. Douglaa 
J. u 8nmh,^Ji_aX_R. 



SONS OF E-NGLANO, fl. S. ALEXANDRA 
Lodge 116 meets 1st and 3rd Wednes- 
day,. K. of P. Hall. 'W. Appleby, Foul Bay, 
Prealdcfi- . .i i.'yltchley, Scprctary, Sidney, 
B. C. . 



ROWLAND BRITTALN. REGISTERED 

Attorney. Patents , In all countries. 

Fairfield building, opppslte P. O., Vancou- 
ver. 

rLUMBINO AND GASIITTING 



(COLBERT PLU.MBINO & HEATING CO., 
J Ltd For first class workmanship In 

the above line give us a t .'lal. 'fomporary 
office 765 Broughton St., Phone 662. 



CJONS 
iS— 1 



S OK E.-VULAND, »RIDE OF ISLAND 
Lodge, A O. F. Hall, Broad street, 
Snd and 4lh .Tuesdays, pr.ti.l.m C. Pom- 
eroy, Victoria West. Sen Dawson, 

Heod Street, Eaqulmalt. 

PREVENTION OF 
Office 1212 Broad 
! i»s«l, 1921, sec- 



CJOCIETY FOR THE 
O cruelty )■"> Anlmnis 



atreet. 
rtlary 



Ph. 
L23t 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



POTTKBY WARE, ETC. 



CJEVVER PIPE, FIELD TILE. GROUND 
lO FIro Clav, Flower Pots. He, H. C. 
l>nttory Co.,. Ltd., Cor. Broad and Pandora 
Sta., Victoria^ B, C. 



Hl"\r. r'n-\TK AfJTNTS 



c 



gain 
meats. 
Phono 



: : . II l.l;;;i l: I .v < . i. — "BAR- 
\lctoila Real EsLite." Invcst- 
ttmber and fruit lands, 618 Fort St. 
1610. Cable address, "Cuthbert." 



Douglas St.. or 



lo'tie IW. 



DRAYMEN 



H 

V 



KANEY. JOSEPH — OFFICE 66' 'Wharf 
street. Teilophono 171. 

ICTORXA Tl'tUCIC AND • DRAY CO. 

Telephone 1?. 

Ii'\l- twenties 

1> C. STKA.'il I.-'. I. '.'. .l.i..:■-T■m•i'T.ATt- 
JlJ. g»si. dyeing and eii lining Hoiks In th" 
piovinrr. — t^trntr'j oiilers aollclted. Tel. 
?no. X r""Kf-riri^W, liir'oprlef or.' 

1~>Au77s~StEA M DYE NfoRKS— 818 FORT 
street. We clean, • press and repair 
Jndl'N' and geniiomen's garilicnts equal- .to 
new. Phone 6 24. 



yliTOlUA STEAM DYE' WoRJCa, n\A 
.IP<,rt street ; telophon»> 717. Ladles' 
an4 *Uenll<tmenlB_ jftiTTnimts cleaned or dyed. 



ELKCTRICIANH' & RLECT RIC BUI'PLIKS 

l/C>OT~ir~Trs<3N, ELECTRICAL COnT 
X tractors Motor bnnls. gasollno englries. 
Vhnno A-H4i>. 7,15 l^.irt St. ' ^ _ 

Tt AVVKI.N.s'a'haV WiiOlJ, 72S YATK.S 
11 SI Kleetrlrlaiis; oil kinds of supplies. 
, -irrled ' InBtalitttlons and repairs promptly 
nltended to; prlce a mode r ate. Phone .643. 

Adv^rlise'Tn~llfE COLO MIST 



MARRIOTT- & li-Ji:LLOW,S— REAL Es- 
tate, loans, timber, mines and rentala. 
Ofnce(i Vancouver, New Weslmlnstor and 
Victoria. 619 Trounce Avenue. Phono 646. 

— ^ — , , u_| — — ;. : . 

HOWARD ' A- O.— REA;, ES- 
Financial and Timber ngtinta. In 
business In Victor^ for ov«r twenty yeara 
office 6 36 Fort strept. 



r^OITS, 
X tate. 



rpRACKHELL, ANDERSON A CO.r— REAL 
X eslates, timber Joans, rentals, collections 
Offices^ 'Reglna, Haak., and Victoria, 
Otflce: 1^10 Broad ift. I'hone 1722. 

8AILMAKBKS 



B. C. 



TEUNB ft BI^O-, 8AILMAKBR8, TBWJTS," 

£ir;:::aBarfngB, ■ -XBKl)K-- -ftU'n lt41J!«.'S:::.TV'ttrEbon»tt' 
670 JohiiHori St. Phone 796; 



STKNt II, AND SKAL ENfJRAVI>JG 



CI KNEHAI. 
T- tjuticr, 
behind Post 

« 



Geo. Crowth. 
Office. 



A,Mr> -■KTBNtrr. 
. 1- Wharf St.,,, 



~-SKKtr~XTtT} ariATKir 



B. 

griided 
llverod- 



C. SAND 

J-nhnrfrrh 



& GRAVEL CO.— I-'OOT OF 
St. -Tel. - ,1-388. Washed nnd 



sand; gravel for concrei-- 
by ,team or on scows- n- 

, li 



•■■U De- 

' Hay. 
. HAVEL 



THE LINKHAM-SCOTT SA.- 
Co., 633 Yatc*. ^t.^-^fffrff 
gravel, graded; broken rock, blacjc 
Phones: Otfliie, 664; Manager; 2193; 'PR«, 
L-1861.- _...... 



soil. 



-SBORTtftVND 



SHORTHAND BCHOOL--110U UKoA^I ST 
VIrtorln. , ShorthsnJ. Tyiu \v 
H'i(vkke,ep|(jjr. Ti'ji-graphy thorouchij 
(ii-BduHti'S nil good positions, l. a .Ni 
lulllaii, .ptiuclpal. 



\vtlHnK, 
liiitrht. 



gAN 

Keane. 



VETERINARY HCHOOLS 

FRANCISCO yKTERlN AR i 
ge, .t.'ataloguo mailed fre 
18l« M'trket street. 8.F. 



Cul- 
Dr. 



BI'HINESS CHANCES. 



-L provision business In Canada 

$100,000 a year. A money ,,,„,»..., 

right, wm; J. piatf. & tTitT'mmTmr 



5j^j:::ffR:igrrBR\'^-A^ff 

Sull-H 

mnkei. 



PBlatc apeclullata, Bridgeport, 



over 

prli;i 

and .real 

t^mn. 

pVKRTfSER DJBSIRICS OPENING FOl? 

self, aha tZ,O00 lii genuine concern; no 

gambler; expert sti-nogrnpher and ureuun'r 

tiint; ji!i!!Jidy hablla; highest Canadian reter- 

encea. Apply Box 132, Colonist. " 



T.-^oa. »tlALE -A I'A.VINi: 

J. -JltJiiae. Apply 621 HImci 



' \l I NC 



OOMINO novum AT LADYS.VilTH 

rooms l'rlcii„.l600, tlirea; year 

rent %20 per month. Room 2; 715 
atreel. 



w 



1! 



HPLENDID Ol'E.NING 
dhstrlous blaeksmltl 
iT-iffl 



1*' -T- 



B' 



OY, Ot>OD .MA.N.NERED, - 13, W.\NTS 
home and rontlnued education; ■ when' 
'.best, aervlcea will give him a chance fm 
kind treatment 6y , niaUli^iL coupitt or ladj 
Box 133 Colottlat. 



MV) LET- LAKtUC HOL'.4l], aLso^. PART 
•X of. furniture for sttle Cheap. ,' Apply 



mornings to IM-t Fort struct 



rno 



RENT— < 
street, on 



E' 



;UTTAGE 
Yates. Apply 



OR UE.NT, — FIV'IO-ROO.M COTTAdK, 
eloae In, on Fort street; rent |22.iiU 
month. ' llrlilBli American Trust Co. Ltd., 
corner Bioad and View streets. .' 



LiJ^AN— $1,600, 
years, oh llrst 

I'lgage. • buslnesa, jiroperty here, value 

ABOVE "-fitittK-t-^-^'"""' li-"Vlng 10 per cent. Also $3,(|0ij, 
lu-si nioitigHgv, Choicest Inside n-sUleliUiil 
priip.;i-I.\-, value ^4,600, Intereai S per Cen.tJ 
:i or ti yeara, MiircOn &' Co., Renl Estale, 



UIK Vales. 



rpp , rent— HOUSE, 
J. holo), |2.6 month. 
poBlofflpe. , 



NEAH OAK. BAY 
As>piy 0., Oali,JiUy 



rno- RENTr^'^NnvLn rt:RNisHEp 

-L lage with uc're of laml, at the 
$16 per motuJi 
illB;- 



^^NnVLE 
•e 
to, permanent 



COT- 

beach, 

t<^nanl; phone 



rpo 



LEASE FOR LENGTH Ofc' Tl.ME, A 
furhlslied si'x-rooin cottage, nil modern 

conveniences, lioar . beach and cae— line. 

Apply 31 South Turner street, Jami-s Buy. 



HOUSE TO RENT— NEW. 
8-ruom house, good basement. 



.HO DERM, 
hot-air 
furnace; largo grounds and alable; very 
near car llhe, J30 per month, or would lease 
for one y> ar. ' Apply 1721i Denmun jitrccl, 
nenr Juhllee — Imspliul , — 5^ 



T 



AO 



RENT — THE 10-ROOM HOUSE FUR 
nlahed at 14S5 Fort atreet, for six 

montha or o n e year from September Ist, 

Phone 3^S0; no amull children. 



rpo RE.NT— FURNISHED NI.NE Bl>OMEl:; 
-X^,. ninilern. bungaUjw wltlt- iC- acrea of 
land, barns, outhouses, etc., also uso ot cow 
for six months commencing In September a( 
f2V per month. TlVf B. C. I<and and In- 
veatmentAgi ncy, Ltd. 

■,*.„,.4..,K^„.W<-Sh*iip:^£p-..— .-- .ww.«..-.^.-...^.,...~.— 



TO LET — i-UBNlSHED ROOMS. 



rno LET— COMFORTABLE ItoOM IN 
■X ■ English home, overlooking park;, board 
optional. Young English lady or "genHu- 
iiian prefeiTed. y60 Heywood. avenue. 



KKlHT 
city 



l.N TOW.N. ONE BLOCK FRO.Vl 



front rooms, single or double, ,>5.50 month 
up.. Electric light, path and piiune, 720 
Fluguard street, near Douglaa 



rivj LET -;Fi;r{,;:^,isj,i|j^;i>, larce Doi.'flLE 

-•y room with ev>ry convenieiiee, 860 John- 
phone R906. 




LET— LARtiE 
room, 221 Quebec 



FURNISHED 

atreet. 



BED- 



FURNISHED rooms; 
moderttti'; phone R1B41; 
terms, board optional. 1309 Stanley ave. 



C10MF0RT.\BLY 
,* modern libme 



rpo LET--FUU.N1SJ1ED ROO.M. MODERN 
J new house, brealtiaat If desired. 321 
.Michigan street, phone R'2377. ■ 



110 LET-NICE FURNISHED 

rooms, 925 Jt)hn8<jn. 



BED 



rpo 

street. 



L ET - N U" E S U .N N Y 
ible rates. H 
Phone L391. 



ROOMS, REA,t. 



a'^O LET -LARGE COMFORTABLE BED- 
slulng room; extra bedroom 'If required, 
use of kiti-lien, bath, cleclrl-c light, quiet, 
pleasant house on car line. Mrs. Walker, 
city limits, i-^squlmalt road. Phone R162t. - 



3JEWLY FURNISHED, MODER.V SYL- 
3C\ vealcr rouma. hot water, bath etc. cen- 



trally locate.d. 
up. ■ 715 Y'ates 



60 cents night. $10 monthly 
atreet. . Phone '.•487. 



ir^URNlSHED ROO.M3 TO-*:aTr-tH MEN- 
zles street. Tt\'0 nilnutea ft^m C.P.R. 



wharf. 



271UR.\ISHED 
/ Poplars 



ltOO.MS TO LET AT THE 
one of the most beautifully 
situated rooming ^louses In Victoria, on cor- 
ner of Bellvlllu und Govrnment streets, fac- 
ing Empress hotel and I'arllament Buildings. 
Fitted up with all modi rn conveniences 
only one minute from cither postoffice. or 
C.P.R. Docks. Large and sunny rooma, beat 
ot fare and terms moderate. Telephone No. 
6^2. Mlaa Is. J. Green, Proprletreaa 



YVELL FUR.NISHED 

light, 1 



Tj^UR.N i^j 1 r. I ' itMV'.xi.--. 
-•- near Empresa hotel. 



ROOMS— ALSO 
to let. Bloctrlc 
813-817 Fort St. 



813 GORDON ST., 



LIST YOUR 
US. Wiirburtoh 



Btreet. 



BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
& Co., 10^5' Government 



l*Oi;i.XBY AND LU'ESTOCK 



TWO- ..tiucu*.. Ai ja>(Ui . 
Apply P. O. Box 



-tui>w;s 

602. 



BOH SALfC, 



\\,TA.\TED 

cheap. Box 



TO PUIW.'HASE — ^A .S.MALL 
TtP — for cart; n)U«t _be 
204_CaloniBl_ :„. ._^_. . 



TT'OK SALE— BLACK .\llNl>Rt: 
X flB, ^l each. Apply 2639 



I in I « i , I .> fl n d K 1 1 1 e ■< 



A COCKER, 
I'rlor street 



B^ 



OY, 16,1 fall and winter altuatVofi, 
pleaaant^ nutdonr life required; good 
In gi-ahiiViar. roTilpoalllon, punctuation, lype- 
wrltlngk optional bUL pi-vferrid. Give, n 
phone_ nuriiber for Friday noon, IJox l'.i» 
t'olonl'sl --r— - 



hfiose 

Ri ply 



VN AND WIFE, E.\1'ER1E.NCEI> IN 
londin-llng •roojning mid hoarding 



want pnslllon in 
181 ('olohlal. 



city 



iuntF.v'. 



/INOLISHMAN. SALESMAN, CARE- 

taker, store mes*enger or place of trust, 
good reference, 160 Colonial. 



E^ 



W 



WANTED WORK—MAN IN TnTrWANT.a 
work driving team or on frull farm, 
city; used to horses, 134 .Colonist, - 



8ITVATIONS WANTED— FE.MALB 



R^ 



ESPKCTABLE MIDDLE 
Wlahea houBeW- ' 
two or three half.ii 
Hox 196, Colonlat. 



AtncD 



WO.MAN 

^!i>ning. 
Apply 



|.,'«XPERIE.\CED 

-Biu:.. -Uii . CuJoiUsX.. 



LADY' STE.NOG riAPHER 



i:: 



T'lT-JR 

«nl.,;, 31 J 



: MONTHS 

street 



YY'ANTED- 
'.» horse; 



— PONY tHl LltHiT DRIVI.NG 
must be'sountl..- Apply 1451 
lllll.ildi- avenue, or phone H9p.JI. 



I^^^OR SALE— ENGLISH SET'I'ER Pi;P- 
plea, alx monlhB' old; Lowen property. 
Enquire on (U>rg<\ E. Carroll. 



l^^OR BALE— A 
-X' Roftk pullcta 
Broko atreet. 



tX XANTE D- 
V V Apply 



FEW 

und eo 



FINE 

Ur, Is 



-FAMltY It 11 I. 
tho Willows Hotel. 



BARRED 

i"-ii': Pt-m- 

. , i,/nce" 



a'^EAM |.X)R 
- . mares, T. 



Ml .SALE — A FINE. TEAM. Ot 
sound and willing; 
price JiiOO; Very good wagon and. heavy set 
oT double harness' nil In perfect condition, 
fan bf> bought with Ihem for $1"0 more; 
terms caah. Apply The V, 1. Nursery Co., 
Ltd., Somen OS. ■ - 



lACiR SALE— TEAM,, ABOUT 1850 LBS. 
JL^ Apply Copeman, K catl n g s P. O. 



F 



r«OR SALE— GOOD GENERAL 



W'ANTED BY AN ELDERLY LADY Wl|i 
-1J— ,tg ' leaving shortly for Epijland, a 
t ra\ ejTng coiiu'anlon, for ■ w<h*>se services a 
consideration la offered. Address rei'>ll.* to 
Bux 122, I'olonlat. 



w 



TANTED- 
klnd. 



—DAILY WORK tJF ANY 
•Mr«. -'•., 246 Superior atrei't. 



"Y^'OUNG ENGLISH 
X altlon .as daily 



afternqon. 
Colonlat. 



LADY DESIRES PO- 
governess, morning or 



Frendi- and Spanish. Box 



TKACUERS WANTED. 



y^i'-fYft7A*JT»»-i«I..ADY TEACHER ' FOTJ 
VV.' Molchoain pubJJc schjool, Canadian 
I 



preferred. 



Fpsler, aecrettil-y. 



fti-wTv 

'l^tit-rr' 

O, i 



liiiilT mIui'p' 



parlK u::irH apply to L 
Oak Dell ParK. 



E^ 



OK,. SALE LALNDKY AND_J.0T.0.N 

Simeon str'ict, block., an,, lot 20 .trjajigjc 

■X!TinTff'.--PrRrtr-J-».TtTt»'.— -Apply 1709-rinVt .Sf: 



T T ut 



*KINCJ EDWARD HOTFI, 

RJi"! NSTR t.i CTED^B N 



S lOi'- 
Knii'H 
preiii 



JColUn to offer . for anle the iii.ng. ,1 
laes known na Ihe King Edward Hotel. Port 
AUieriil. The property I onslsts of a douhli. 
corner wll.h 125 feet froniaitc on Argyle 
slrietnnd 66 feot frontage on FIral avi"ii". 
The Jiotei ,Jg. a n«w 3-atBrji^tamdlng^ »«._:i _ 
and-LutUil'ng 20 iKulrooina, dlnlngrooin. ladles' oml 
ate. gentlemen's private, sitting ronms, l;llrli. n. 
ciird roonl. bar and, lUjuor room, and Is 
eonij)tetel.v furnished throughout.- Thi> King 
T.ifWiiTn' iiote! Is on<- of llie two ll<-ensed 
houses In Part- Allxinl nnd Is mngnini-iiiilv 
sIlUHted In the, heart of the town i-iiiiimnnd- 
Ing a vlf-w of the harbor nnd mouiit.Tlns. 
For furlher parllculiirs appl.v 16 

C,\n*.MI'''H AEi; ^- MiM'HHEAD. Ltd., 
r.M t Ailii'ii'ii tiiid Clinni'ery Cbmribnrs, 
Victoria, B. C. 



AligUMi lol tllo 

■ the Ladya'mith 

p,,, 



\NTEP — APP Lli'An O.Ni 
elved until , the rOTK ! o' 
position of flrst asslHiant of 
public schools: salary $100 

• ■- ' ■iritll the , loth of 
rrtaon, secretary 



BUKNA VISTA HOTEL, COWICHAN BAY 
under new nl.'inagctnent,_good boating, 
bathing and fishing. Hotel carriage mooia 
■+p«ln.e at i.'owlchan station. For terms apply 
T. L. Forreat. Corflcld P. O., B. <;. 



rpr. 



w 



\' il J.,lt . A 
male) for 

diatrlct, B, .<• . 

seeri^lii-. , I '•!• 

TAN-; I 
bay I 
ply G. .15. 



.v.^» i.j' -\MALE OR fJK- 
Ihe rural achool. i:iayoquol 

Apply I" Jnmea Holman, 



|,, 



i.bool. Salaiy *5U per 
Akermnil aecrelary. 



iU;ROoyN.' 
month. Ap- 



_ WaNTBI>— RO O M AND BbABD 

r^ ENTl,I'7M"A N AND TWO DAUUHTEftS 
'.T rcrjuli" furniBhed house or thr 



Orik 
2»6, 



Bft) nV 
Colonist. 



'Dnllna rond loi-fi 1 1 d 



rocMns, 
llox 



'T>0ARD 
X7 young 

"•oionliit. 



AND 

mull 



'L. ii.l-l' 

'arttcutara. 



i;\' 
11,1 



\%,'ANTEI) 
V * prlvnt 



within 
le'rma, 



-UOO.M ANU BOARD l.V / 
fninllv, frtr Inrty "'H all ""Y- 
len nilnut.-s nf p.julti!"(1(.-e , Btnie 
90, ColOAlgL 



single or doilbU, Apply- aftor 6 p. 



.■SpjiU Onliliiii'lH imiry. 



puBinifcsE 

wo.rk 
Camp- 



I^VH RENT-TWO ritW'C 
- ' housekeeping rooms, one 
loofti, other 



kitchen, gas 
and cold water, etc., bath 
834 Courtnry street... 



iJ'l'RNlSH'ED 
as bed-slttlng 
cooker, sink hot 
$4 week, Barnes 



rpo LE'r -NlCEIsY FURNisHED 
X centrally loc 



acated. 
Telephone, etc 



ROO.MS, 

all modern convc-nl- 
Apply 944 FOrt Sf. 



moderate. 



Mlaa Hall. 



517 



GOVERNMEN1 
_ . under 
new inanagemenl, la place for homo com- 
forts, alao tat)l« board: aure satlafaetlon ; 
worth a trial. Phone 3441. 



ROOMS AND BOARD, TEF^MS !*^DER' 
ate. Angul Hotel, Langley atreet. op- 

|io»lte court houae. \^ . 

WAMTBD-'TO KBMT. 



rno 



LET- FUR.NlSirED HOUSEKEEP- 
Ing rooma. 819 I'lindura avenue. 



rjNFURNlSHED HOUSJSKEEPING ROOMS 



822 North Park slreuL 



WANTED— MIMCELLANBOU*^ 



A' i-.riERNi— Wanted, t,o 

'A. 7 per cunt for three 



Albernl. 



M 



•IIAMt,', 35, GOOD IIAHtTS,,WlD0W- 
i-r, wishes to corre»poij4 _ with nice 
young lady or widow, object mauliiiuiiy ;, all 
letters strictly contldentiai. Ad.-li . .-<.■( B.ix 
171 Colonist. ' -. 



YA'ANTED — KIT<.7HEN 
'.V make and price. 



RANGE. STATE 
Box 175, .Colonist,. 



\ Y'ANTED— .NEW 'LAID EGGK, S.MALL OJt 
» » largo quai;itlty; will collect weekly and 
pay cash. G. L. Walker, EBqt t J mal f :TtI>Xtd. 
city HinliBi.phone R1627. 



\ Y'ANTED— LADY'S 
• V slie. In good 
able. .Vpply Box 



BICYCLE, SMALL 
condition and reason- 
142, Colonist, 



BOY, GOOD 
home and 



MANNEREP, 13, N^EDS 
continued education, where 
beat services will give him a chance for 
ItiiTiij ti"-'eatment li y married — u m i p. le or. lu.dy. 
Box 133 Colonist. 



WA.NTED— MOTOR 
chanlcal 



REPAIRS, ME- 

repalra, all aorta .und condl 
tiona of repairs; parts turned in brass or 
Btcel. A. Dandrldge, general engineer, 
Blanchard street, near Y. M. C A. 



Y\/O.MA.N WANTS 
» V rooming house 



Apply Box 
cbaiiged.. 



49, 



CHARGE OF SMALL 

; will go out of city. 

Colonist, ReferenceB ux- 



W 



ANTED TO 
|-ii cottage, 
one block fron» 
126 CiSlonlsl. 



RENT— S.MALL, MOD- 

foi- couple; ' i-lose In; or 

car; ^'easunable ; pe.rri)suitn.l. 



;\?ANTED— FURNISHED RlXlM, QUIET, 
'' tiy . a mlddleagcd g'-ntleman; alate 
full particulars. Addiesa Box 202 Colo-^ 
nlsr. 



\ Y'ANTBP—VFl'RNIBHED 
',». or -t«¥eu rooms; 
)ily B. II.. 20O3 <:ami 



HOUSE, 
njoderate rent, 
r.on street, city 



SIX 

Xp- 



T>(JOMS WA.NTED FtJR DELEGATES 'TO 
-IV) till- ,H, '■. I'lirlsllan End>-a<<!ir I'onvnn-- 
tion. here August 10-13; slngU. a,nd double 
rooms needed. Write giving all riarll'culars 
and price to Rev. H. A. Carson, Drawer 67-1 



X^.T-.-VNTED — A. 'S.MALL FrRNlSHED 
tV house, two^~crr — three miles from cli\. 



A, W. Jones, Ltd. 



' 1.ENTLE.MAN •Vt-n=?nKR 

i...t iir thfi-e unfuriilehed' 



venll>nci« igusi 
lend to' Ills phi 



witli ( 
ne. lJo,\ 173 Cul|^ilBt 



TO RENT T'WO 

rooms; all eon- 

one who «-lll Bt- 



.X.NTEIj 
or, 3 
ranch. Apply 



\v 



I'lJ RENT ON LEASE FOR 1. i, 
^ear«, ehieken or small fruit 



Box 169 Colonist. 



YY^ANTED._BEDROO-M- 
» V room with board 

' » p 



AND SlTTl.NG 
11^ Colonist. 



NT 1-:D— FURNISHED 
H'ivale house, close 
liuHlnesa man. Send full 
dress B. B., Colonist. 



ROOM IN A 
In. by a Victoria 
particulars. .\d- 



t V housB 
furnished 
-*=YaleB street. 



'1»0- Ri3NT^--f.nH«JB-ROOMTNa- 
or boarding house or hotel, 
or unfurnished, Room 2, 715 



Curnlshf 



PROPERTY 1 OR SALE 



r\NE 

\J al 



IF YOU W^SH TO DISPOSE OF 
la^y or theology books, drop mo 



W^ 



YOUR 
I card 
and 1 will -call dn you. 1 will be In Vic- 
toria oncu a month. Edwin J. Galloway, 
new and old book store, 782 Uranvillu St., 
Vancouver. - . — , ^ , , . . 

7A.NTBD— EXCAVATING. WELL. DIG- 
glng and concrete work. R. Alexan- 
der., 25 40 Third street. 



BAGGAGE PROMPTLY- HANDLED AT 
current rates by the Victoria Transfer 
Co., Phone 129. Office open night and day. 



w 



ANTED— TO PURCHASE. 



clocks, coins, stamps, etc. 
86 John.son street. 



OLD MA- 

grandfather 

A. Auronson, 



Yll/ANTED— SCRAP BRASS, COPPER, 
' V zlnc„ l ead, cast Iron, sacks and all 



klndi 

prices 

Sloru 



ic 
paid. 

ItreeU 



Ilea and rubber; hlgheat cash 
Victoria Junk Agency, 1620 
Phono 1336. 



. i.„., -.,,. ,v ,f, ,, v.v..,> -^1 ^^rz (iJ.NAP— LOT, .MICHIGAN STREET. 40xl_iO 

-A NTIW^E JBW-ELEHY; -DlAMO.Vi>B7-«^^'••|^^7?^T^^IgH^~c^^ ^~ 



Mrs. 



gravlngs and pictures bought and sold. 
A. A. Aaronson, 85 Johnson atreet. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



\ WO. MA 

-ijL' dlspoai 



rVN'S K.VCHA.NGE, FtJR THE 
laal ot needlework; hundicrafl 
ana eviry branch Ut wnman s work will be 
licid In '.the womnn'a building at the fall 
-tetr. Ladiva Intereslea- may obtain fuller 
partlculara oii ajipllcation to -Mrs. A. E. 
Rlcharda, Royal. Oak, P. O. 



\ v« 



HAVE THE. ONLY ELBCTHICAL 

key-dupliealing machine' In Vlc- 

lorta for Y^aleand poatofflcc keys, Inai^rlng 
a porfotrtr ^i -Kl-waya. H. M. VVilaon, 614 
Cormorant. .._ . 



rpo' SPEAK , FRE.NCH OR GERMAN IN 
-JL three months; Ithprovemcnt on,Bi*riltz 



method, 
avenue. 



Trial lesson 
phone R1641, 



free, 1309 Stanley 



WINDOW CLEANING CO., 
Street, phone 2491. Contracts 
tiUten by Week or month. 



VICTORIA 
731 Fort 



ETVLENE SEE.MS TO BE THE CO.M- 
if'V- Ing light. It givea a better light than 
electricity. llayward & Dods. Fort street, 
Phone 1854. 



A' 



1^' 



TA.MP1NG FOR FANCY WO^tK, ON 

tattcn at 



your , 
Turn. 



own 
■r. 81 



mate' la'. 
Fort sir.' 



Orders 



\''I0L1N, FLUTE AND- HARP— MR. DA.N 
Green (Late Serg't.' Soloist, and teach- 



er. Royal Artillery 
don concerts, etc, 
Richmond, avenue. 



String , Band) . and 
Desires pupils. 



Lon- 
1D65 



M^ 



It.S. H.,E. BAKER, TEACHER OF ELO- 
cutlon anil expresalon, 1202 Vancouver 
street. 



KMPLOVMENl' AGBn- 
manager, '79 Aleit 



yXTBRNATlONAL 

JL cy. Wm. Wain I 

street Vancouver, B.CV, Phone Hit., 

need good reliable help you must get thetri\ 

from a reliable man wl(Ose reputation wU), 

bear Btrl<-t -litve«tlgfttl«tn. , 



MjandeV 
if yoiSi 



REMOVAL NOTICE— By C/ HARDWARE, 
Co., Ltd., have removed. their farnx Im-' 
plements, ' buggies, wagor^s, ' etc.^, to' 783 
Johnson street, east of Ddugtaa 'atreet. 



,i»-frvPER MONTH 

. .f>l Uoa a '»'20riot7' 



STUMP PULLBRS,.AND->i,NY TOOLS RE- 
qulred fur. land cloarliig. logging etc.. 



Free trial. Prlcea and term* 
creat Stump Puller and Tool 
466 Burnaloe road. Vl c ituf la 



apply The Du- 
ma nutacturers, 
C. 



KEMOVAL NOriCE-^THOlMAS CATTER 
all, bulicker and geoerall contractor, baa 



removed 
Tel. 820. 



to nut Fort alreati abova Quadra. 



GREEN HOUSES — FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 
lung laddera, atepr. meat safe, dog 
houara In ' atock and made to order. Jonea, 
Capital Curpi-nier and Jobbjng Factory, 1003 
Vancouver and Yates atree 



FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS 



J7>OR SALE — LIGHT 4- 
- $20 Apply 41 Onti 



HBEJ^ WAOON, 
rio street. 



ri01» SALE, 

In good 



nis't 



CHEAP, LADV'H 
repair. Apply Box 



filCYCLE, 
197, Colo- 



E 



;\OR S.VLE— MAHOGANY 

wnshstand; large bevelled 



$35; mahoKnn> 
mahogany imil 
rors, $6.-75; i v 
-$5 and $3 eai li 
near Quadra. 



BUREAU AND 
mirror, only 
rocker, pluah seat, $12,50; 
■ 1 lirlc-a-brlc bevelled mlr- 
I mahogany parlor tables, 
at Butler's, 901 Tales street 



IriOR SALE 
lint, and 

*''nff'*: gj-'asj.^^ 



— .V SLIDE TRCyMBONE, B 
aae. Apply /929 ,Norlli 



TT^OR SALE BY 
X of Bay Mn-ea, 



TENDER--HKAVY tSA jD 
genuine, 7 and 8 years 
five Jersfjy tuMklng <»<)ivr"hrKood condU, 
three helTr-r CHlvce, 4, f. and i! montha 
lhm»'Berlr«h1nj pigs. Will be aald be- 
Augual 12, In frtte (olor , siparale to 
ptirfhnatT: *f-' SaB,(ilchlpn, 

Turgoose, I'oBiotflC' 

.-Toit SALE— Lluil i A.Sii- HFfAVV 

horaes, 4,nn,il 6 yeara old, also a giKid 
pony. JP G. McKay, Keating, P. O,, Snanlch. 



old; 
Hon 
old; 
fore 
ault 



1^^ 



StMMKR RESORTS 



BUCKLAND PARK, WEST 'PENDER ISL- 
and, Seaaldo. cummer resort, a few 
-gucata taken, Ratea $ 1.00 p ar day. W. 
^ J&i:i*ntIiJ'tl,......_....„.. ._.'. ■. .- -■-'. 



D' 



ERRAVA-.RAGII — ESQUIMALT ROAD, 
rood, large garden, beautifully ult-uat- 
ed, near aea. On car line. .Terina rnoder- 
iLLB.i*"j.i.iy}Pn9..i7,3J!,_„ ..... . ■ • ~~- a .' 



LOST AN >J" F OUND 



OST 



HALL- fiUfi. REWARD 



I OST UK .STRAYED, FROM 2844 QUA 
J dra slreel, blui.-k arid White collie pup. 



IflST— BOX ' ■ ' 
J ward for i- 

T OST~'-PE.'VHL 
IJ l28 Medina- 



\ H TOOLS, 
.t sfil Fort. 



RE- 



t< 1 ; N B I r R S T it 10 'I ' \ V E E .N 
and Rmi*reaa Hotel or In 
111 arnn IBM CB.r. Reward o» rnturnlijg to 128 
Medina atr<»e.i, . ' 



LOST-- 
pin 



niAMO.ND AND SAPPHIRE SCARI 
, liberal reward. Box 833 Colonlat. 



E 

will 



ARTER 

111 iin-rji 



PLATE 

ftir Hjili-. 



MAGAZINE- -i^ILEX" 
li.ins lins )«o screen, 



ring, English, coi 
accept $20. Box 



.- .(JPAL DIAMOND 
It $35 ' In old couplry ; 
176 (;'olonlat. 



STEA.\t 



InOR HALE— SMALL 
. condltlifn. 1026 .McCasiail- Street, 
lorln. 



TUfSfe A I 
Vic- 



E 



!\(Mi SALE— LADY'S A.ND , GENT'.' 
bicycle, good eondlUoii. coaster brakes 
-a^d Brook'a Buddies, 'Apply 1S06 .Wharf 
street. ■ ''- . - -. ^ 



,-<OR SALE — MOTOR LAUNCHES ON 
21x6 Falrbarika engine./? h. p. on 2Sx7; 
Bufl'alo, four cylinder engine/on 20x5, tworyi- 
Indi-r i-nglne; 102 Colonist; photto 2422. 



E 



ILLING O UT 7-BIU REDUCTIONS IN 
buggies, 'h'agona nnd carls. New and 
second Imiiij R.^ Ledlngham, 723 Cormor- 
ant atreet. '\. 



S" 



PROPERTY WANTED 



H "ANTED— A MODERN II 
want an nrtlslle modern home wuii 
one or Iwn lots, nice groiiiids and in, ,*" 
llest elHOS ioeality,-— for- a" "PlVi-iil. Gl'ce low- 
i-Hl priee and best ler^^H In , confidence. 
llM'hert Cuthbert & Co.. 636 Fo'rt .street. 



\y 



ANTED— FOUR Tt) FIVE ACRES 'OK 
humh Uiiiil; musi he rheap; nelghlml-- 
hood of Gordon tiend or ("ordova Bay. 
Ilnrman A Appleton, J184 Y»»*», alreeti 



YY'AXTED TO PURCHASE SlX-ROOM 
V> l)unga,li)w; modern, with Jnrge lol qr 

!ms ^Ie^ wood 



ni renge 
avi-nue. 



Ownera only, apply 



Y'Y/ANTED ACRI^AGR-r HOUSE AND 
»V lot or two vacant lots on easy terms. 
Box 30, Colonlat. 



VV 



ANTEti-^TO 

0V( 

'*Phona 



property. 
Oak Bar 



EXCHANGF 
perty 
R23I», 103O 



28 ACKKfl 
for Victoria 
Uurton St., 



vE AND .\ HALF STORY BUNO^LpW. 
alx rooms, all modern, standing on 
two Iota; quite new; eav terms. Apply 
Owner, P. O. Box 848' 



fSTbW^ 



07^ Easy ter.ms will buy 

thla nnw house, six rooms, 
panelled staircase and reception hall, tinted 
walls, sliding doors, three bedrooms, balh, 
etc.; cement tloor in basement; furnace. Onv 
block from. car. Pcmberlon &. Son, 614 Fort 
street. _ 



$»).) l\l\t\ WJTH $6,000 
_ — ,^MfU 58x120 feet 

almost adjoining Blanchard; "balance 
arranged. Pemberton & Son, 614 Port street. 



CASH 
on Fort 



BUYS 
atreet, 
can be 



1:^^0RT STREET— two G^f.^oD LOTS; CAN 
be delivered for the next few days at 



price below present market value. A. R 
aherwood, Nqrthern Crown Bank.Bldg 



J.^">OR SALE— NEW 4-ROOM BU.NGALOVN ; 
cement foundation: flne baaement: altu- 
ated on one ot the best lots on Shelbourn.', 
o(T Edmontou road, near Haultaln, $1,400. 
on easy terms. This Is th« che,apest buy 111 
Vlciurla. See It. Apply Owner, 6301 East 
B. street,. Bismarck, Wash. 



buHdln'gs,' 
ColonlBt. 



|8i0; 



car Tiner near Qo'vcrnmenl 
terma. Owner, Box 184, 



I7VOR SALE— SEVEN-EIGHTHS OF ACRE 
on Gorge water front. Apply P. O. Box 
1036. ' 



A MODERN 
all 



6-ROOM COTTAGE WITH 
conveniences, on Princess avenue: 
(ivo minutes from city hall, $2,800; on easy 
terms. .\pply 830 Prlncejia avenue. 



I.^OR SALE— ON easy: TER.MS, .NEW 1 ',-; 
storey 6-room modern house on Niorfani 



Bi.-oct, near Beacon Hill, .;ood viiw 
and Tiountalna. Apply Ov.-ntr, 9 JO 



!>: sea 
Green 



•f.j^ORT 



STREET— -READ -"TH IS 1 — 1 20x1 20 
on corner, cloae In. with splendid btillri- 
ings going up' a.ll around It, with two smaTl 
bultdlivgif,- 2- trt 5 yeara to pay for balajice, 
$-.'0,000. Pemberton & Son, 614 Fort atreet. 



I 



("MlR SALE- 
qulmalt. 



-A FULL 
$500 cash, 



SIZE LOT IN ES- 
Box 113,' Colonist. 



l^riLL BELL— LOT 3. BLOCK 88, PORT 
\V Albernl, for original price, iSoO; »2O0 
cash, balance over 27 months at 6 per con;. 
H, W.. Colonist. 



$5,000 



FOR A NEW S-ROOM HOUSl 
facing' Beacon Hill park, one 
block from cars; hurlayvd walls, sliding 
doors built In sideboard; dumb waiter* or 
Ufta from basement: bathroom, etc; cement, 
floor in basement; furnace,, etc. Pemberton 
& Son. 614 Fort street. ,4 



NE ACRE IN LOT 118, WHICH AD- 
jolns Albernl Townalte, $360, eaay' 
terms'. "Compare this with the price of 
lota In *<he same. Apply P. M., Colonist. 



O^ 



JLO- 



OOD LA.ND FOR SALE— FIFTY' MILES 
from Victoria on E. & N. Railway easy 

.clear, cloai: to gtmd majJttl. . tloa; ..lja_ 

school and churches. Will cut up to. suit 
purchaser from ten acres up, land adjoining 
held twice the price I am asking. Also 
good Beventy-fl'vc acre- farm,, as a going 
roiH-erns, can show fifteen per cent > on 
moner Invested. If you mean , business 
write tor parttoulara . No agents need apply. 
Box 9 j; 3 C.-ilonlat. " 



MAKES., P.WMEiNTM 
•te"8r"e"a""aifd " c ill ' t W til . 
3f-, Mocks from cars; 60 per Cent h:i» been 
rt ade In one weeTi In resales' in I'avkda'e. 
rVmbctton Ac Son.. 614 Fort yrem. 



SALE— ONE BLOCK FROM PAR- 
llament square, on Government street, 
louse and lot; lot 64x105; housu hail sIk 
rooms; cement foundation, large basement 
/u-lth cement floor, ftirnace and all mod- 
ern conveniences. $15,000; $B,0o6 cash, bal- 
ance one to Bev*n years at 7 per cent. 
Apply B ox 28, C/»lonlat. — ,- 

SALE— SMALL ACREAGE OVER- 
g CTowlchan Bay, opposite hotel. 
A spU-ndld location for fishing and shooting 
box. Easy terms. For price and particu- 
lars, P.O. Box 785. . 

EAD THIS— FOR SAX.E OFF THB 
Burnslde road, close to Pnrtagn liil«t 
and proposed line, 17 acres at $200. a anap. 
Holmea, Burnaido grcenhouaes. Strawberry 



IrtOR 
- II 



T.j'^OR 8A1 
X . looking 



I^^ 



Vale. P.O. 



gfc 



* , 



InOR SALE. ON QUEB.N'H A VKNt'?::- Lo' 
. 60X-120, one block from Douglas alraet. 
price $1,800; $800 caeh, balanro one y«ar. 
Apply Box 29. Colonist. 



S' 



MALL FARM— SOUTH BAANICH. IH 
mlleit from Victoria on main road, 81 
acres, pretty ilx roomed bungalow, reeeatlf 
painted Inside and out. spring water on 
house, barns, stables, five chicken houava, 
too fruit trees, 1,000 strawberries, kitokan, 
garden, all small frullB, about six fecr«a In 
ont« and pens and seeded down to clowr 
and grans. 1^0 chickens, ducks, thr«« taou-- 
batora, brooders, good family cow aaA • 
quantity of farm Implcmenta A ganvilna 
gxilng concern, $2,000 takea ImmadUitja Boa- 
sesiton. Prlcft $7,000, 10 yeara to PK7 t|ha 
balance. Apply J. K. Colonlat offloa. 

(Igfc>|-rAND $10 MONniLY V'AYB F'OR A 
qp.-«») $200 cleared and cultivated lot In 
I'arkriale. l.otH on eqtial distance from Ihe 
proposed ear line are held at $900. This 
RtihdlartFlTTn is only 3 Ml blocks from cars 
Lots hair mile further out sold t.ir ISfiO 
eiii-li, ilniy twelve of thi>i orlcfinal SSfi InSa 
left. ^■e^y hloi-K on market at $21S each. 
I'l-mberlort & Son , 614 Fort street. 



BBAI. CMTAT* 



/ SCQTTISH REALTY CO. 

R«lbm •, Ch«lloB«r Blaok. TatM jMnMb 
.' asxt bank. Pbona Hft, \ 1 

CRRH OF SPLENDID LAND, TWl^ 
mllea from <;'«wlchan atatlon til^i* 
half a mile from Cowlchan whiirf, iO 
arris under cultivation; good n<>W hdlisei 
large barna; well watered, Prlcji |l»,»»t; 
terms arratigfd, , , ' . 



100 



,VCR,Uai..J3N_»01.«TH FENDUm leiiAHD, 

• new, well .built cabin, thff* fcBra*— 

slashed and paj-tly cleared; 80 of 40 acrfi 
of fine laqjH,. neayy fluarter of ajnallt. 
frual; good .bcticn; good water; Hi 
shooting and flali'lnif, Price only |l,««<|; on 
easy, te-rma. ■ J _ - '■ ~^: -s^.^. --^'-^ 

*U\ ACRES O't ISOOD LAND, )«> KOCK., 
ov .g_6pd.,,.w»t*i^i-#ttw>>y, l4laer«f;.:.*lMibfMl,- 



v^a&' 



small 

$2.')00, 



htiuae, dota'ft t^o station. Pflc«>M>l]r 



^ C. ARTHUR REA 

TT^ARM LAND8-*IMPR0VI!!0, trit«|:< •X- 
4.. chant* good farma In MAnttiiM OU 
city property, 8ev»r») VlotovU BSMfM Mmt 
Mta.M r«4UK>a«liU i^rlo** m4 tMSMkk 



r-(f„ 



ssmtt^mMi^iaSMS^^^^sM^^^f^)^*^^ 



W^»'€->^'fi!gt 



'^^*ti^lSim m 'i\ » f i) t » «mMmm^.0y^^i\^'-«^i^^ 



■iiSimiimamm. 






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Tuaiday, August 9, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



JLmtmmmwmmmm I 






CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



RKAL KS'l'ATl 



-iCant.> 



THE GARDNER REALTY CO 



LEE AND ERASER 

Real KatBte and Inaurancv AMealm, Troumc* 
Avcnur. 

an Jl-n/V-Wll.I, PURCHASE A StX 
(P-+».Wll ioom«<(t, jriodorn hoiine on CUr- 



«40 Yat»« Strt-ft 



riiuni- liijt; 



~ claas land. 



-50' ACP.KS Di"' KIHST 
jn hcrt-u «)a»hPi1 uiul I Vii 
acrea clearrd; <in« iiill*^ from SnHiihihioii 
hot»l. Btrtani of Kood water runa through. 
Prlc* p«r aorp'lJOO', grioii IPiiiii. 

SIDNEY — KIVK AND TKN-ACUK BLOCK! 
• - of f^ral claaa land In puUlvullprv,, Prlcp. 
ji»r aero '|300; good li rm», " ' " ' 



("1 OUDSTRKAM- 



-ISO ai-rf;p 

wlt^Soofl timber :in<1 
land. CCn be had dirt 
t«rnM. 



OF 

h«ap and 



l.ANI 

Im)1 toiii 
:<t» eaa.v 



$1200^ 
12500; 
.14000 



rONLY. KOU TWOaOOU l^OTS 
' on Monu- ral alrtet . 

r?OirA~ FIVE ROOMED "cOT- 
iiiRi'. I lo»« In, on t'oUlnaon St. 

3i\'jl ^I7~hT;v two Lots o n 

Kitijf»t'i,n strpfl. a k<m><1 buy. 



TENTH REPORT 
B. C. 




T 



(Cr')":<l ONLY — FOR A SKVEN ROOM- 
«{P«_)— i>V/ ^ id bmiKalow on Menilea atrcct. 
modiTii III rVfry rcapt-ci. 



$1500^' 



-FOR A LOT WKL-ii SlT.UATiCU 
(jft- Harblngi>r avenue. • 



A: WILLIAMS .& CO., LTD. 

T04 VaC«B Strrat. Vtutmt 1S»8. 

CA ACUKS facing: "ON AIA.IN RQAD. 
n\) scvvn mlUa— XcanJ. ,cityi— -^'ery cheap. 

»S,200 , ■ ■ .' -■ -• .._ _ 



20 



Lots' at »2iU rJ2R LOT. HIGH, DRY. 
-''fln.o vlTdW, Kood land. 



SKVKNTY ACRKS. WITH GOOD COT- 
laBC. -Brnblft .irrd- rhlrken houae, oivly 
Bavta.iullca from city, good roada. good wat- 
er, nice locution. olii'upai-I.OOO. ^ 



M|;. J. C. Metgalfe, Special 
iVIaTk^t ' "CommissipMr to 
. Prairie Provinces Speaks of 
. Local Shipments 



A tenth rtiMirt has Just been 



t.'4;ivud at thr- provincial department of 



and dealers her« all report raspberries 
arriving in poor condition lately. Vnit 
with the ex'.eptldn /(iTf l""* shipments 
they have arrived so good. 

Cherries from the Okanagan valley 
and Kootenay urrivlng nl lesser i|uan- 
tlties but In excellent condition. Are 
In Kreat demand at high prices. 

Karl.v applPH, plums, peaches, etc., 
from Oallfornin, Oregon and Washing- 
ton In tiuantltles on this market now. 
Jobbers selling retailers at following 
prices: 

VVa_shlngJ^on apples pi-r box, oAs- 
"traVha'h and DiithJiss, $3. 2^5; Washing- 
ton peaches per box, early Crawford, 
$1.25; \VH,.shlngtot\ apricots per box, 
$1.50; (•allfornlu plums per box, peach 
plum anS prunes per box, .Tragedy 
ll.tJO lo j:i.OO; cucumbers $1.00 per 
doz. or $0.5(J per sack. ' 
" The following are prices Juliber.'; liere 
I July 27 report buying in Wasliington, 
'^^'■X.'o. b. point of .shlpment.;„,..Apples per 



CITY OF VICTORIA 

A complete list of Local Improvement Wdi-ks. authorized by ByUw.yfrom time to time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the mai;i entrance/to the City Hall. 



Tenders fpr Sheds 



■/ . 



an 




I llOX, 



gr!,i,de, , 4 and •» ',.j 



agriculture from Mr. J. C. Metcalfe, ,, ears per box, $1.2& to $1.50; peaches 
British Columbia's special market! p,.r box, 4nc; apricots per box, 60c; 
comihis.Hloner tt) tlie Prairie provinces. | pivimH per box.'COc. -' 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 



' < OMI'AN V-.- K'M+. 



Comvr Uruad and VIriv Streets. 

23 KKBt' on 
^ny. 
and 



l.-^ARM — 31 ACRKS, FIKK.'^T OF SOIL. 
1. clcartd. under crop. Rood houso and 
outbulldlnKS, lonsldtrablo aiook. four mllci 
from city, JM. 000,- good tfirma. ,. 

rnii I R"iM2i;N' aFrF:s7~fi^e~b^ nearly 

-L iiU ilfurfd, nlof new houni-. j»ud out- 
InilldiiiKH. g.voil orcliarrt, a liarcalii ul J8,60t^ 

THE CAPITAlZcItY REaTtY 

<<>>H".\NV. .,.,,., 

Uciil iNlalc I iniun lul and Insurance Agenta 



BIIANDON. Jtily 2t).~^texprcs.>» ;igeiu 
and dealers here report raspberrleB and ; „„,,p„carilv arcented 
cherries arriving in excellent condi- | "'^<-^S^»'^".y d^-*- <^P'<''I 
tion tlii.s season, but raspberries have 
stopped corning, shippers iiol carirm' lo 
take the risk of shipping such long 
distances unR'Ss untlcr ice. The sup- 
ply of cherries and raspberries has 
been far short of the demand at this 
ami other p<jints. and niiw thtit the 
supply is practically over, wholesale- 
ers, retailers and consumers are 



HERE ARE BA 
Beach Drive, 



4ARGAIXS 
one block from Oak Hny 
H.:00; on«-thlrd • caah, balance ^ 
l« raontha. 



12 



^lAANICH W'ATERFROMT— 16<i, ACRES, 

^ for quick gale. |4,250; terma. 

TEN ACRES— VERY CHOICE J]JtOP- 
frty, within three mllos of city hall. 
lirtcr- $«.30n. 



C. H. RICHARDSOM 

615 Im'M Sf-, K.ioni 1, Ipstairs 



AJ E "' " - ltO'('.)M TTC 

^> Kinii:s road: cloai- 



m.LY MODRR**: 
In; lot Sjxin.l. 
Prli-.. |3,7iH); quarter i-^ali, balonce aa r^nt. 
Tills hnuBi- la ttnlBb««- In the vnry.bi.al 
and i» equipped -«4il»~« ff«o4 — furnme and . 
CPTTieTtt floor In cllnr. 



rrwvo GOOD lot.^. da\'ie VTREiir, 

X oloae tfi' Oak Bay avenui?. IVlce 
11, 20(1: Bodd lerma^ • ::::: _ '- ' ^ 



L 



OT S2xl.15. C.RAH.XM STREET; tlOOD 



'I'his reixirt, which bears the Regina 
date, of the 1st Instant, reads as fol- 

" ';■ ' ReglTia-; Ba"^., ATSgT T, inio. 

^\'. E. Scott, Bscj., Deputy Minister of 
Agriculture, A'lctorla, B. C; 
I)i-ar .Sir, — I have the- honor to re- 
port as folio vvau™.^.^.,™™—^.™^ 

CAJ,(VaUY, July 25.— I saw .(•llvcltc 
cllcrries in I'lunkett & Savage's ware- 
house here from tile Progress Packing 

Co., Victoria, B. J^""., arrived In excel- 1 hungry and anxious to obtain, 
lent condition, basket's \ven-flUed'a^idpi|;ii/i.:f„ji,iuj^^^ 

packed, but fruit smaller than last cq. hei<>- gawa. mp the following (lugta- 
seaso'n and a little wilted, evidently ) dons aK-lwdng qwted them at present 

-yh' rvving drougl'. t f»f^ wttrrt-trf- w»t*i^-J-H-|-irttrrp ' hy — VVTrjrhtrrfrtfm — s h i pr »e r3 -fr-o-: 
maturiug fruit. 1 also saw cherries; point of shipment; Peaches per case, 
iroui Uunoans, B. C., welLi'iicked and 40o; apples per i^e, mlxed_ varieties, 
baskets well Idled, there l:>eing an ab-:yOc; plums "per: "case, Toe; pears ptrr 
aenee of other varieties of cherries on; case, Bartletts, $1.20 to $1.50. 

"m§""m'aTR'eT,~l3rlCfeS'n'calized are higlii The mnn^g"'- "■'' ^bt^ siinie campq>r>y 

and r^-turna should be good. , i titates he will not pay 'the price for 

The report is current today that thai U. (,". Triumph peaches when he can 

Royal Fruit Co. , K dmonton, has! buy t^jirly (.*rawfi.irds at the same prrle 



Tenders will be received by the 
undcrsigjied up to 4 p.m. on ]"; i- 
day, Auf(iist 12, for building sheds 
tiers »0c; i and Stall in Market yard a.s per 
platis and .f;pecificalions. wliich 
can lie se;efi -at my office, City' 
Hall. Lowest or any tender not 




OJjrosuiATZov or BUBBmyi:. 



\VM. W. N'()R'rilCi.)TT, 

Huildnig inspector 



CompanlM Windiar T7p Act, 1B98. 

NOTICE 



Final meeting -pursiiaat.ta.Secfiun 3!i 
to be. held at the offic e of J . G. KllioH 
on the' 23TdL dayo'f Aiigust at the h..ur 
of 3 p. m. to receive report and pans 
account of Liquidator of the Stuart 

X S O n 'frornpiiTTy; IJrrritTrti: ■ — — 

A. STU.VRT KOBEilTSON. 



..Llnuidator. 



vii'w; ?R35; terms. 



z^-E. HEMDERSOM & CO 

Sylvesler ISIock. Uuoni One, HI \at«'a Street 

rta-, o/m— IIALF ACRE CLOSB IN. GOOD 
Jpi^UU view with Rood aurroundlnga. 
i^ne-t hird caah, holnnc.i gevtt per cent. 

a^aTuX—iaGtiT- ROOM BCNGALOW 
tJrO.MfU with all motjern conveirrsTTCTW 
close to car lln« and perfectly ne&JV'"^ ""' 
houaes and V» acre ot good 80ir™Thle will 
not laal long and It you wiah to purchnae 
^ yolir own home. at your own price act quick- 
ly. '■ '■ 



isnn cash. 



li(J.\r>— -SI.X-RODM HOCSE. 
balarrvc a« rent nt 7 per eent 



, ^.liK.s V> U\JU K 



I. two Iota. KOO cnsh. balance toO month- 
ly. 7 per rent. 



DOT'Crl.^fr—BTR'EET BI^TJn-ATniTWT'TT:^" 
rooms, ihree-quartera acre. $2,500: caah 
*nOO, balance §. 1.8 Qipothli at 7 per cfn<. 



J^-^DWARI) STRKKT. 
■^ two Btorey lioii... 
Bnce to huH. 



\"!i'T.ORfA WEST. 
•1); cnah $l>00, bal- 



J^-IAIRFIELD ESTATE. NEAR l-'AR J.INE 
— -Olive street, fovir lota each t>flxl20. 
JTOO each; ciuih 1100 at $10 month. 



\ BLOCK OF EIGHT LOTS NEAR DAL 
Ian road, on Moaa it'reet. each lot I 
". <xl35. Price »4.tOO; average . J550 each. 



I,OTS. WBLIJNGTON . .STfREET. 
ear Linden avenue, lOOxHI; J1.900 
the two; tTnip, 



-I^^WO 
1. nen 



i--,BUYS SIX ROOM HOtlSE AND 
lota on Uulton atreet 
«a^y terma. 



(»Q?:An--'^<^^s SIX 

UPOO'-'U.. two xood 



bougW-t^-^ffttlt 
Ann. B. C. 



output of Salmon 



PUinkett .& . Savage, Jobbers here, 



report 180 cases of raspberries arriv- 
ed today. Some arrived a little soft, 
shippers will need to exercise great 
tare In the shipping of raspberries at per case, $fll5; Italian prunek-percase. 



to supply his' trade. Manager of the 

same house further stated that Clin- 

gan, .Scales an<l CarscadeiT, General 

Merchant,; Vlrden, l.*n^,-oH— th«— . 

Lliie, C. P. R- are sentling out quott\ 

tlons as follows for carloads, .delb'er 

ed f. o. b. uolnt of purchaser: Peaches 



Uatcd at Victoria, 
of July, Ifii" 



B. C, this 21st day 




CAirci:i.z.ATioir or ssiiEKViL 

TCOTICK i.s hereby given that the le- 
servo existing In crown lands In the 
vicinity of Uablne Lake, .situate In 
Ranso 5. Cost District, notice of which 



NOTICE iti hereby given thai the Me- 
serve existing on crown lands In the 
vicinity of Babble Lalt'!, and situate in 
Cassiar District, notice oy which bear- 
ing date June 30th, 19U8, was pub- 
lished in tlie British Columbia Gaz«l.i«. [J 
dated July 2nd, 1908, is cancelled. 
ROBERT A. REN WICK, 
Deputy Commissioner of t^ands. 

tiands I>epartniont. Victoria, B. C 
June 16th; 1910. 



TheSllica Brick and Lime 

Co., itd. in Voluntary 

Liquidation 

IMPORTANT SALE OF BRICK AND 
- LIME WO«KSt- -AS . GOlJMG,C.ON=^ 
CERN. -_„.-r-_^- 

- -Messrs^ Stewait Williams & Co.^ 



ATLAS ASSURANCE CO., LID 



'' — "■-• (KstablUhed 180«.) 

Cafti^al and Funds for security of 
policyholders exceeds$26.000.000 

The undersigned haa BUCce«dod to the 
agency of tlils company formerly hald 
by the Stuart Robertson Company, Ltd., 
and win give prompt attention to all 
c'oriiiimiilcations regarding new buslneaa 
or alterailons required on axlatlng, poli- 
cies. I'lease address all comunlcatlon» 
to J. O. ELiaOTT, 

.3ipecial'AKent for Vancouver Island. 

1212 Broad St., Victoria. B. C. 

V. O. Box 400,.- Phona »•«. 



I.AHD mSOXSTBT ACT. 



the end of the season as they, natur- 
ally run soft- during the last week. 
.Aj!idd_.jaliipplng long distances as they 
are . cert.'iin to arrive iii a soft and 

Other 



case, $1.20; peajta. per 



duly instructed by the i-icjuidaior for 

the estate, will gtjtt- hy-putollc -am-tluii, 

—OX- 

Tuesday, Aug 30th, 1910 

at the Drlard hot^, at 41 a. 'm. sharp. 
Th<. frc'hcdd lands held by the com- 
pany, being Section 113 and parts of 
Section 105, , Ksqiiimalt district, to- 
gether with the good will of the com- 
iiany and all. plant, machinery, chat- 
tels and effects, comprising the brick 
was'published in .the Brlll.sh Colunibiu..i and lime works at Atkin's SifirngrEs- 



"In llie iiinlter of an application for a 
« duplicate cerlihcate of title to Lot 91 

of Stiiilut 69, Kernwood Estate (Map 

2112). X'lclorla City, 

NOTICE Is hereby given that it la my 
liiletition at the expiration of on-i 
iiionlh from llie date of the first publl- 
vH I H>ti 4ier<*of to Iwjuxe.j*.. -duplicate certl- 
flcalt .1)/- -tlUu- to ^•alfl land Issued t. 
.I.Tliii bavlil Landers on the 31st day of 
October, H'OS, and numbered 18984 C. 

Land'TCegistry Office. Victoria, B. C-. 

July 2 J, 11)10, 

'^'^'^'^-^■■- ,[. r, McLKOTiT" " 

Iipputy. IteKlstrar C.eneral. 



NOTICE 



Gazette, dated December iTth, laOS, i.-r 
i cancelled -Ih so far as said reserve re 



$1.10; plums pe 

case $** "5 

. ■ .' . t -.I . * .V,, " latc-s to lots numbered 161i>, loix. 1517. 

I may state here that one^of the!j.,g ^.^.^ jgj^ j^^, j^^g^ 1506A. 150:!, 

, ..... members of this Ilrm owns a fru't i igoi' ison. 15I2. loll. U05. 1504. 1513, 

r.'ouldy condition.. Other JoiKimsry ,,rchard at Peachland. B. .C, and Ifjisu, 1509. 150S. 1530. 1527, 152S, 162'j, 
houses haVe also received large ship- imotailons are correctly stated they<i63i] 1532, 1333, 1534. 1535. 1537. I63y, 
n.tnis ot raspberries at this point. j are certainly very low to. start the} 1536, 1538, 1B40, 1541, 154-1, 1543. I54a_ 

Quotatlons are as follows bj job- j season \vlth In selling to the retail 
bers to retailers, this date, July ^ath:! trade. . 

Apples, $2.2C> 10 $2. CO'; pears, $3.00 to; The n, .nit^er of th. l,;i.' l'h.i-.-..n 

-- ■ stated he was buying 

hes til 



154 9, 

l.,2i 



1650, 1520. 
1526 and 



— HERBERT S. LOTT 

Phone L1224. „ B'>nrrt or Trade Bidg. 

FIVE LOT.S ON BEACHr»fHVE, F.*.C:iNG 
the Ben 
tiullrtlng Bite, 



$3.i)0; Peaches, $1.40 to $120 and $1.00,' *>nlt Co. here stated he was 1 
aii per variety; plums. $1.20; apricots, 1 California and Washington peac 

i4J-iU,-.-ms4.ticrnea. JiL;A_J,o_.$j-iL5i I «"in''> his trade for the purp. 

T\7..C^...,■'>.i^V f, aa ^ ~-'-~-hpTTitt-rtfngr---hrtrt»j.4f- itgfriittHr -trt-l** 



1546, 1542, 1547. 154!) 

1,-, ji, lb:.'. iri2;i, 1 ;>.■■(, 

1J51, 

ROMKRT A. UICNWtCK. 
Deputy Comnua.'ij^jtier of Lands. 
Lauds DupanniBiit. Victoria, B. C 



(pilihalt aistflct. 

l-'urther particulars ami cards to 
view the premises, can be had from 
the Ll(iuidat<>r, K, B'. Warren, ol2. Port 
stri't-t, .or till. AHcliuneers, Moasrs. 
Stewart Williams 4. Co. 



Re Capt. Edward Barklay, K. W., Z>«- 

0«MI«d. 

— .Aril persons liavlng ilajm.x against the 
estate of Captain Edward Harklpy, R. 
N ..deceased, late of Weslliolme, B. c.. 
arn required to sren"d"T)articulars, dvrly 
verified thereof to Messr."!. Creaae & 
Cheasei 521 Fort street, Victoria,- B.- 1"., 
cm or before. the 31st day of August. 
1910. 

Dated the 30th d.ay of .luly, A. D. 1910 
(.Signed.) ,Z~: 

OEOPKREY BARNjVRDISTON. 

F^xecutor. 



HiNKSOW SIDDALL & SON 

p. p. Box 1 ; 



20: 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO 

Raem 7. Maboa BIk. 11 



Government SL 
Tal. lilt. 




New Orsirid Theair* liulldlnir 
T«l.. KfiSI. 



A'-H ;- ox POOKE HARBOR, 
i i>l<nty of good water, magnificent 
y_le«y .qT harbor, atraU^ and . Olympic moun- 
talna. about one half mllllori feet eood tim- 
ber. Prouerty mnal selta.ble for sh-.-ip, hORa. 
poultry, dairy cattle or orchards,' Barkley 
Sound Hallway surveys run within quarter 
mile of eUhee aide of thla property. Tho 
[.rVct' la $1,600 with terma to suit purchaser; 
^ ■■ ■ ' '• . • '- i- ^ ' -^ 



$800 



line; 



TAV.^: niR HH U 1 .VROE IjOTS. 
i«hort dlBtnjice frftm streftt <*ar 
Rood terms. 



MaynarJiiSrSbn 



AUCTIONEERS 



$6,000 



$1,000 



PI'nCHA.SES A .SEVEN-ItOOM I 

modi-rn house with ah acre of ] 
land under cultivation ; Koed terms. 

BCYs bbautifi:l IvOT on 

Cook street, Fairfield estate. 



A 



CRBAGE IN THE CHOICEST LOCAI.I- 

tles, . ' - • ' '. 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

Phone imu :u7S Vniei. ii.ir.'ct 



S' 



^AAXICH At^REAGE — SHAW _,RBAl<. ]BS- 
late <'omi>any — Nine acres. Cedar Hill 
rHatrlct, splendid situation ' for a hem.', 
good, aprlntr water, adjoi ning an improved 
fruit fanh. equal to arrj — in ■ ihc d'iefi'lCl. 
Price »4.00n: easy terma.. . .... 



121 



ACRES, HALF MILE WATKR- 

frtint on the Arm: flve-room cot- 
tage; good .5oll and plenty of spring wate,.. 
Just the spot for a summer home and will 
be valuable as a fruit and poultry farmi' t(i 
trees pl.^nted and bearln/? ,no\v.. Act 
quickly. 



lit* 



HEWLINGS & CO. 

Broa4 BtrMC Pbona Xnt. 



$2.000- 
$1,500 



-corner lot, oak bay Dis- 
trict, 120x100 feet. ($500 cash.) 

PVjfl TWO CORNB^ LOT8~T)X 
car line. 



important Sale 



Monii. litv ■ Ti.lv -(l-Evnress; '^^■'•« '"""« *''^" Markets before ovir. 

MtJObi!. fA\V. July -6.— t,xiJrcbS; ^.^^^^^ m. He further stated he was 
agent and dealers here report i-isp-j ^.^^^ doubtful if .we had any such 
berries and cherries arriving In good, ^.^^j, ^^ ^^.^, anticipated in B. C .of the 
condition with the exception i>i- one, Q,(j.grp„( varlietiosof frtiH- as-festlmal- 
cr two of the last shipmets, which' ^d. Had been disappointed so often 
ys'ere soft and running juice on arrl-'jin b, C. fruit and instanced an ex- 
val." I repeat here again. a\old sh»P-; perlence with one Ilrm In respect to 
ping long distances now as fruit goesi strawberries this season. The lirm 
soft at the end of the season, andean- stated they could supply five or sl.v 
hot be shipped without great risk only! carloads and (juoted price. He closed 
from those districts which are later, with them at price and arranged with; 
In coming in, and not more than in them to ship cars t.hree days apart, I 
the second week In shipping. «"<' "^ver got hut one carloatl. He, 

The "lowing prices ire being Mu.a-; further ' stated he could not obtain. 
.. , iwu w lobhers todav \Vash-i '^'itrrles after th*lr sending out and 
ed retailers ''-^ ■l'^^»«^'^^^"'!.'t> ; ^'f "^^^ receiving quotations and duantl- 

ingum P'""^^^^'''-^^*'''; *i.-„^;^/"i,Vo"'t;h'«'S to be shipped by the foreg.ln^' 
W ni^hlngton peaches per case, $1.20 to .^ea.wn 

$1.D0; Washington apricots per -:^s^., /^hf freight agent of the.Gr.al, 
-$i.60;--Washlngton apples^ per. <-^«^-, Xorthexn railway here staged that to j 
$2.25 to $2.50; B. C. raspberries, J^-OO-^jj^^p j^,^ 29th, eight carloads of nilx- j 
to $2.40. I ed fruits,* live cars ()f strawberries and 

American fruit, l">ili California andi 0^^ ^^.p ^f nlspberrFes had arrived at I 
Washington are in great evidence 't-f,), point, three cars of the mixetl 
here. The jobbers are avoiding buylngj fruits have heen illstributed, and some 
largi quantities of early, fruits of dlf-ji'if the strawberries. He etated freight 
torent varieties at present and looking rate froth Seattle tp Brandon wa.s 
r,.r ot- nntlcloatlng still lower quota- , $1.25 pe hundred pounds on mixed 



"T't^-tmi^MiP^W 





IMPORTANT 
SALE 



NOTICE 

111 the iiin'i I i.r tne estate of Blanche 

tlie. latt^ .; i ,. ^ ;...■., I ■ i.i i: ' ' . 

widow. 

;A.{1 persons having claims against 
Tho above'TsTalT-'' ai^e' reqtre'st(?a'' to Send 
particulars thereof to the undersigned 
on or before August 22. 1910. after 
which <lai^ the exe iitor will proceed to 
dlstrlbuif the assets of the deccaseil. 
liavlng regard only lo the claims of 
which he has notice. 

Dated thla 21st July. 1910. 

Victoria. B. C. 

Gi:<). A. MORPHT. 

.-Solicitor for Executor. 




CAir0£I.X.ATIOlT or BESXSKVa. 



NOTICE Is hereby given that the re- 
serve exlwting upon the lands embraced 
In special Timber Licences No. ;u28S.. 
sltuatert-TTFar £>echelt Inlet. New Weet- 
minster District, Is caiicelleii.^ and that 
the said lands will be open for location, 
under the provisions of the Land Act. 
at midnight on October 14, 111 10. 
ROBERT A. RENWICK. 
Deputy Commissioner, of Lands. 

Lands Dept.. Victoria. July 14. 1910. 

NOTICE 



NOTICE 



OF 



$3.(K)0 



FOR HOCSE 'AND 1% ACRES, 
Vlotorla Arm. (Piirtaif InteTTT 
food vlnw; Kood Well of water. 

-^ORDO.N HEAD ROAD — 28 ACRE.«!, I7U( 



( 



Magnificent 

IRISH 
LINENS 



Under InBtructldns from J, P. .Mur- 
phy, i-^sri.. of Rflfast, Jrelan4r-^e-wilf 
sell 

ABSOLUTELY WITKQUT REiSERVE 
^ at the 

Broad St. Hall 



OK 



for or anticipating 

tlons t;mn at present quoted. 

REOliVA, . July 27.— Express agents 



Births Marriages, Deaths 



BOBS. 
I»lCKBI.X«^*!At St,, 3a0^»ii9 hosplUI, 
August 4th. wif e of ^. A. N ickella. 607, 

TTtVrbl'nger avenue.; of' a son. __ , . ,■ ■ 



of K. Green, 'Cowlehaii Lake, of Ha son. 



fruits, minimum 20.000 lbs. Have not 
been able so fur lo con/lrm this i^ate 
as being corriect. ' . : ^_ ! J 

Prices being quotetr^.retallerB anil 
jobbers this date are: Callfornlal 
pears, $3.65; .' peaches per case, two 
tier, $1.35; peaches per case, throi- ] 
lier.^iLiai^lL'ilifor!'' ■ ■Tdes per case, j 
$2.25 and $2.50; ■ i plums perl 

case, $1.85 and $2 . lahinglon ap- I 
rlcots per case; $1.35. 
■ 1 have seen Some small Ontario 
small fi^ults here,' goosberrU's and red 1 
currants shipped In by the Canadian'. 
FYult t'o, bl"Grlmsby, Ont.. by ex- I 
"presSTTl-ofn ~nns on nQT^r Ontario, fruits | 



7 •|>30SDE>.— ' -'-- 

LIT'TLE— On Sunday, August 7th. Mar- 
garet Ktifh, aged- 14 mnnihs. daugh- 
ter of Mr, and Mrs. M 1 Little, «4 2 
Dallas Road. . — 

Funeral took, place on M6nd»y jftfter- 

noon at 2. 'p, m. 

HTtTTCHlNSON— -M: ' Armitrbn*.- Ssii:.. 
July '29th. F:;mllle Florence, wtff of 
' .(ohn Hutchinson. 



GuiliQ Lots 



In rhc Townsite of, 



Coleman, Alberta 

Situated in Famous 

Wr^.arrivi'; m^au'i'ititles at Manitoba ] Y^«-j^T>r*o "Moct f^r^ol 
joints. -Stnlthv Burton ^ Co., are thgl- ^^^''"'^V-'rO W J> i>t;»l V>iUai 
distributing agents here, Brantlon^ for J _^ |-^. < ,^ 



In the Bnprame Court of Brltlah Co- 

lambta. 
In the .Matter of the K.-'tate of Harvey 
Waters, fJeceased. Intestate, 
and 
In til... Matt,-r of the^f^lcl*!— Adminis- 
trators Act: 

NOTICP: Is hereby given that -.under 
an order granted by the Honorable Mr. 
Justice Clement, dated the 28th day of 
.lunc. .\. D. 1910, 1. the undersigned. 
was appointed administrator of the es- 
tate of the above deceased. All parties 
having claims against the said estate 
are requested to . send particulars of 
same to me on or before the 29th day Of 
August. 1910, and all i>ersons Indebted 
to' the said estate are required to pay 
such indebtdness to me forthwith. 

Dated at Victoria, B. C, this 29th day 
o f July. ;l»a.l). ' 

"^ .Zv ■■;'-■:' ""WMnsiDKTEn 

Offlclsl Administrator. 



Dpposltf 



salesroom, -Broad St on j 



ONTREAI, STREET. HOCSB AND I.,OT 

»2.«(iO. 

-IFaTvNK'H DlRtRICT. FOR 3f 
acres with small house, partly 



M 



$4,500 

cultivated. 



-l^riACRE.^. fiPROAT IjAKK. 40 I'HAINS 
I v)v' waterfront. $70 per acre. 



( 



T PROPERTY;' OOOD INVBST.'.l j .., , , 
on Doiifrlas. .lohnaon and Yates sti'cet. 



CITY BROKERAGE 

MIX DouifU* St., OppoilU: .Vlcrchunls It.\nk. 

fi) 1 AA HUTS OOOP 5'-T{bOM COTTAGE 
».,i'''' close to car; e'xcellpnt urard'en, 
nimoal new-; easy terms. , 

' A FiHST rrnti'S n-ltooM 

good (tardea -.RBJ-I fruit 
trees; ihorouKhly modern and clrtse to i;ilKh 
P!<hool and car. 



»» 4 k>/UA HCYS A 

•r-i-.wtft/ iio.\iso.. , 



(J» ( — ,'r A BtYS O.VE OV THIfi BEST 
•Ir*T, < »>W planned hou'sea In the city. S- 
larne rooms and Rood .ba«#ment; Inrire 
closets In all bedrooms, the most fastidious 
■a-oulrt be ril'ased. within halt mile of city 
hall • '. ,.,.,.; '.■■. 



e^n AAA nirys good s-ROOm .hoi'pf 
3M.),l/''v Btone.Joy,ndBt.l0.n; cement, ilor.r 
nod itardeW and shB'le -t'reea, oh Ih"' 



(5 

psrt of Oak 
acre of land 



Hay avenue, about one 



Wednesday 
and Thursday 

August 10, 11 

At 10;30 a.m. and 2 p.m. 



,T1i ' shipir.' ' •■ignoil to us 

anil in. 'Hilling; - li'!slTi;iiKm Datnask, 
Irish l^inen .Sheeting. Irish Linen Hand 
Ernbnudered Cpstitmcs. Irish Linen 

.liaiul Jl.ein.s;tltcl|ed Sheeta .and Pillow 
• 'HSfs. Tray I'loths. t)otil:rK>' Damask 
.Table Clotiis and 't4*HH.iettP!?, ijadlfs" 

and Gcnta' Homstilclied Flntnlkorchlefs 
Irish LInan H.j^ind I'lmbrnidered Betl- 
sprearls. ' Irtish Lliifti .'iKiidnnide Skirts 
and I'ndert'lothing. Christy's Towhls-, 
Ma,lbr--.,rR«b<>»-,. Hheetsi,- ' Lace tltjrtalua. 
AVooil/.n J'lece .Goods, Worsteds, Irish 
Ki-rges. Indigo' I )\f'; Ladles' c-fisttimos' 

V 'l.^a!..auaiitll.\ ■:;■ th. \ •■! ' .-^hef- 

Id Ciltler,\:. . 

Th(>se,.gu(>ds are -now opened- and .a.r» 



Granite and Marble Works 

Wonuments, Tablet^^. Ciranlt.^ 
Copings', etc.. «t lowest prlcea 
consistent with first class stock 
otid V. 1 I liinanshlp. 

A. STEWART 
Cor Tntf's and Blanchnrd Sts. 



this lirm. The f xpress rate 1s~?2.65 1 
per 100 lbs. from Crlmsby to thla point. 
It la quite, evident that iirtces will 
hot rule high for certain varieties i>f 
fruit on these markets and it will be 
necessary for our shippers to get In 
touch with these markets apd the jo}>- 
bers and retailers at once. ■ and al- 
though they may not buy heavily at 
the present date for future :shirtmen(. 
they' are buying for immediate ship- 
ment and delivery iv certain number of 
cars per xveek to' supjil.\' tlielr trade,' H. 
,,<'. shippers should use every efftirt to 
make salea for future delivery ,and 
also for Immediate shipment as well, 
and get their connections for the later 
i,icid heavier shipments to follow. By ("->. of Victoria, havinaj bccn 



Headquarters of the Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



NOTICE 



Re Capt. 



TH. 



iravigable 'Waters rrotactlon Act 

e 
XU'l'lCK i.s hereby gUen that John j 
Raymond of the Cit>' of \'lctorla, Br(i- 
Ish Columbia, is applying id His Kxcel- 
lency the Governor Oeneral of t.'ana'ia 
In Coiancll for appiovnl of the plans and 
descriptions of site, of works proposed 
to be constructed by him In Victoria 
Harbor immediately fronting Lot 5t;:;A. 
Block 41, Victoria. B. C and iias di'- 
posited the »al(! iilan.s and description.^ 
of.- site with the .Minister of Public 
Works at. Ottawa and a diiplloate. tiiere- 
of 'With the Registrar General of Titles 
In the Land. Registry Office, Vlctoiia, 
B. C. and tjiat the matter of the said 
application will be proceeded with at 
tiie expiration of one moritli from thu 
time of the first publication' of this no- 
tice In the "Canada Gazette. " 

Bated this 2iJth day of, July, jsio. 

W. H LANGLKY. 
111'. Government Ktreet. 

Victoria. B. C. 
Solicitor for Applicant. 

'■W^ATEB ACT, 1?09." 

TAKK NOTU-K that 1, Frederick X. 
Norton, of the city, of Vancouver, B. C, 
lumberman, intend to apply to the Lieu- 
tenant-Governor In .Council on Tuesday, 
the nth day of October, A.. D. igjo.nirr— 
the hour of 11 o'dtjck In tli.e . forenooni 



Edward Barkley. B. 
ceased. 

All person-s havinR claims aK"lnst the ,^j '^^ „p",j„ ',,jereafter as tlit^appHcatlon 



estate of Captain Edward BarkIe.v;~R!; 
N., deceased, late of Westholme. B.~Xi^ 
arfe requlTe4 t*— «end particulars, duly 
verified thereot to ISteesr-t. Crease & 
Crease, 521 Fort street, Victoria, B. C., 
on 01 ttie-aiat, (l!iiJ5,_0i;.^,^ugust, 

1910. ^r' ■' ■'•■;..„;. ;> ■ 

Dated the 30tli day of ". JUly. A. D. 1910 
(.SlRned) . . — ■ ■ ^ 

C. FO FFRSnr BARNARDlSTON. 

. J- / ,■ Kxecutpr. 



Mcs.'^rs. -Stewart 




PTOTICB TO .COIfTBACTOBSr. 



this means they will pi'event. In a 
measure, the American shipper getting 
his connection with .Jobbers here. An- 
other reason la to stop, us far as pos- 
sible, conslgnmentg which are being 
done to some , extent at th e present 
time, but will .be largely increasfd. ho 
■ loubt, later In, (he seasfin, but if joi 
'f-rs have bouglit iinil mark<-ts shoui' 
■■<' glutted later on by cpnslgnments, 
ihe\' will push sale.s and maintain 
prices on the purchiised pi;odu(;t whilst 



instructed by the 

iii<! Cnkr t'o.. 
uhlic .\iu-li.(Mi 
I', ( ■ . .11 Monilay 

I.,!'!! lUvl ..'Otll 



bv 



W'iUiani'- t^ 

tlnly 

Intcrnatiortal 

T.ul , will sell 

\' ictoria, 

I'tK-.'-day. 

ulcnilicr, 



.-It 



;ui 



^c 



cn'lrr ■ 'i ihc com- 
..anys Real Et^.late liol<TTngs in 

,KAL1^, THNDFRSr^superscrlwi^-lS",?^^^ 
•Tender.for School at Mission. irC..' I , h,,„^ growers a.id shippers U.y ,„l.MnK SOOIC Thrcc Huiidrcd 



NOTICE 

I In iiK» mattar of the estate of -Chan 
I Tong Ork; late of the City of Vic- 
toria, B.' C. Merchant: 
' 'All persons having . claims against 
Chun Tong Ork. deeensed., are requested 
j lo send parllcutars tiiereof. duly vcrlr 
fled, 'to the undersigned, on or liefon- 
the ?th day of August. l'.'lo, after 
whieli date the executor wljl proce'.'d 
to distribute the assets of the dOceas.^d 
among the persons entltie.i iivroio. 
ha\lng rega: d o nly to - . . ; ; 1 
which ho littH"TTollCe. 

Da-lcd this 8tli day of July, IDI". 
GEO. A. MOrtPHY, 

Vlctorta,._B. C. 
.Solicitor for P^xecutor. 



.?SJiJ,!S_h?aj;dj_jro»v^a final llcen.^e under- 
Partsjxir'and XH. of the "Water Act, 
1909.'' to clear and remove obstacle^. 
from Salmon ri\'er and Orford bay. an 
arm -o£~-8ute ^nlot. British Columbia. 
for the^purppse of maklniic the snrne fit 
for rafting and driving logs and pen- 
ning back and storing water, and for 
.erecting boomJnK-ground.s in said Or- 
ford bay. approximate maps, plans and 
parllculors of which undertakin.g are 
died in tlK- office!? of the Chief Coni- 
mlssloner of I^nnds and Water Commis- 
sioner at Victoria. 

DatPd this -!*'h -lav' -f .Tuly A. D. 
CCM FRICDERU.'K N. NORTON. :' 



THEE 



BOBDKO 



will be rec.->ived by 

MInt-ster of Public Works, up to noon of 



'I4ift— Mpnorable thfrj -|,p"rfpjjp'(j a'|)' their arrangements lorj'-'"'^! 




. " -1 — — ■■ 1 ' - '",' ' ". j Tli(>se,.go(>ds_i]ire -no \v_ opened' and .a.r»^ 

■"-■-TI""'M At RtTnQlT^~*"'^"~*~""'l'T'''tTSr<?rr'T;>1^ IKspPvircm au'd we cordially 
U. mClIM I Uon ] iiivlte the people of Victoria to inspect 



Real Estate and l-in«nelHl /Stent 
Mahun Illda.. Uovernment . Street, Viriorlo 
B. C. TetephunB-fM*.- 



J 11.100 



block 

; terma. 



OSCAR PTUKHT 



this elej?lI!Lt"^^''plffiv. x\'f» bav*^ arraiTg- 
ed with Mrriyurphy t ! two days 
Inspection, helng 



TWO r-OTS OV AT.DKR fiTREET. fiOxTT" 
earh; price. J300 each. ■ 

"~Tne jTaiJe ACkn •■ ■ ahroli 



fjAonday and Tuesday, From 

7 to 9 p, m. 



9 a. m, 



Moridiy. the 22nd August, ''"'■ fn,- t.h« 
erection and compVetinn four-" 

room"!! ttf'^'""- f-ov.-i -^^ -, . m 

Mls-''lon. 

l'^anH. - ^i.f-. li M .. i ....I--. , ..ill I rt» i, _ajid. 
foriii.« of tender may »)<•• seen on and 
after the tfii day of Aiisriir' "" " nt the 
oflices of tlie Govcrnmimi ^few 

Westminster; n^ C. Abbott, I.e., , ,-:e^^^•e- 



handllng praivMjtly as to labor, jiack- 
nyya. and transportation, e4c.. and 
make evet^y emlea\'dr to put i|p a hlgh- 
class proiju ct In every respect of ihf 



different varieties of fruits the.\ 

have to ship. -— - 

We are doing a considerable amount 
of adverti.«lhg everywhere, we call ami 
give Interviews to wholesalers and rc- 



cTiq-iblc Biisinc' 

<,ilC.,. ii M ,|!f.l 1 

■ ■ ; !,(1 colli re. 

Ft>r iurthi ' ' 
plans,' nm^js. 



1 Kcsiflehtial rTrMBEK awd tobestby 

, . . . SION. 

- thru lll.t;' m-' ■ —:::::_„__- 

rinal Sitting 



MEBCHANDISE OT AI.!. XIKB* 
STORED AlTD DISTBIBXTTBD 

Duncan's Warehouse 

Negotiable 'Warehons* ' Bacalpts li- 
■ned. Furniture and Hourffchold Ooods 
carefully handlad. Stona BuUdlnc. and 
Iiow Xnaiirahce. 



COMMIS- 



Phcne 1S65. 



53S Tat«« n%. 



;i 1 full particulars, 
pii(iti>t;rapli^, etc., 



as well as to the press. In 'I'l-'aunlv tO Tlic AiuMionccr, 
to this we are spending, by the i '..L -^ 



tallers 
larv to .School Tru«tee«. Mission; ,1.. H. j <"**'*" *". , . , ' 

H^iwman, Ksq.. aV-ohttecL, 112 Crown '^''^''*^«o^>'«»'" f,??""?^" ' ",,,T^-' 
Bu-llding. A-ancouver;^,and__^ tho 0..\ ^^^^l-:^^^;:;^^:^^^^ leading TST. 
pltTtiTYenr-r,t-PTrt.tIr-t^mdt«r^cTbrlB. ! ""[« «.^ 'j.ltS-I.V.r liie purpose of 
Kach proposal must be "'•eompanied ,„^.,,„„„^ jobbers, -reta Hera and con- 
by an accepted bfmk- cheque or certlfL- aun^prB evenrwhere to bold off and bus 
eiVt" of d»poMtt on a chartered hank of |^_ c frtilts in preference to tio 

Canada. ,diade payable, to the Honorable' \merlcan product, tind, furtljer. In at! - 1 .... 'DP 

^he-Mlhlsier of Public Works for a sum I, dltlnn to fhts. yoti hav«i..tUo. govern- 1637 Fort Street, VlCtOriat.O- -V- 

equivalent to 10 per cent, of tlje amount! ment fruit exhibits being miido at the! _ _^ 

of -*he tender, which idi«U be forfclt'jd'j dllferent fairs now being held through- , * ; ~ ' ~-,-r-^ 

If the, party tendering decline to enter out tht^ provlno.ea. The efforts being 
Into contract when called upon to do so. P"t forth by the exhibition cominls-: 
or If he fall tovcomplete the Avork cin- 'j'toners, Mr, Bulloclc Webster and his 
irncled for. The cheqiiefTor eertliicates ; asslatRnt. .Mr. Hrnntlrlth. along this 



Nii'rici-: is hereby glv'^ii ihai .final 
sIttinKS of the Timber and Forestry': 
Commission wilt be' held in tho Coiirt ' 
liOuse. Victoria. commencing August I 
15,. next, at the hour of 10:30 o. m. I 

FUKD . I. Ft'LT<OX. Chairman., , 

Vletorlt, B. C, July .23; 1910. . •♦ I 



Stewart Williams 




CAWCEI.1.AT10W OF BBSETtVE. 



o^ 



street, Ji.onO. 



A. W, BRIOGMAM 

Cslaie. Fin,Bnilt, I nml liKnrnno.e Agent 

'ocia, .bT f. 



lies I ES 

innT C,ov erniTvni ,'<treet 



A 



SN'AP • TVt'd SWAbf' 



VI. 



I >M1.-(>RTABI,I 



S:ilo 
c'rioc). 
auetlo. 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 

niiiif' i \Vednes<Li.^ 



It 10 



of deposit of unsuccessful ^ tsndwfspw 
will f)0 returned to tliero "pon the >x«»- 

•cMtton of "the contract 

Tenfl-ers- wH-1- not bo- connldeEed:i31Il5w«R 
mflde ouf. on the forms stipplleil, signed 
wuii the acttinl Blgt>ature of the ten. 



MAVNARD «, SONS, 



Auctionaors 



der'er. and 
furnished 

The lovv.->l ■ 
sarlly accepted 



nc!.'--. 



enveloiies 



n.l. 



nr-re- 



r 



rt»'clllnirs In Spring Tllilae PtIcm Jt.inn 
cash fer both A. 'V\' Del(l«m»n, 



•ramaat straat 



1007 Uov- 



Subscribe for THE COLONIST 



C. (JA.MHI.K. 
CuiiUi' Works F.nglneer. 
Moli.- VV oiks I ippai'lnienf , 
Victoria B. C, .24*4- August, laio. 



lit\*> will «,s»lat very largel.v In ladver- 
tlsing H. ('. fruit this aeasoit througli 
out tncse pr<ivince8, 
tSlgnod.) . ..,^. J...C.v_AiETCLiLUFF'., 

, CommlM'-'loiii r 

— .'-..I , , , , , .. . .-;'6.. . ^ , ^ ,1, — ^ 
Tepthlnft VWldreh Mrtvf 111. ' 
tllarrhoea, which can iioiiod p\ 

KlYJUg-OUiPik^rlalji I'h.jjcia 

and niarrlroi'a" .Renici^. , All J-hilX. iti: 
necessary Is , to gt-v»» ihe — fifoacrihed 
dfisf afti r each operation of lhi'° biw- 
lis mure than n;itiJral and then castor 
oil to celansM the «y»tf;,;n. It Is snfe 
and Suru. SOW by all dealers. 



DAVIES & SONS 

.M'l "rii i.VKKR.^ 
565 AND 828 YATES STREET 

To Rent 



i NOTICF Is hereby given tliiil the re-; 
serve eJslB.ilng upon tho Innfl" embrjiced I 
in special Timber,, Licences Nob. ?«9«2. ' 

: 2S;tti;t and 2SS9iil.' ftltunted in Gold.-flream ■ 
l.ilstrlct, lis cancelled, and that the fald j 
lands will be open for location uiicler j 
the provisions of (he Land Act at mid-, 

j night On Octobei 11, 1910, 

I ITOllFUT A. RKNVVIGK. 

liepuly Commissioner »fl*nd*t-""" 
l^.indH Dcpt, Victoria, JuLvHTlSlO. 



SlUaHftRillSOIl&CO. 

Stawait, D. C, and Prino* 
Rupart, B. C. 

I'iscal Agents for the 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

The property 6rititi"COTiF' 
pany adjoins th*t of th* 
Stew^&rt Mining «nd Df»«l— 
opmcnt Co. 

■iMMiaiMiiiaiiiMMNWM 



I 



Mitral, for sali', 
:V.'ic ilo7.en, lieds. 



1 j.. , ;,- ;ind rotUlK'', 
pianos, sealers from 
bureaus, Chairs, blludii .fron^i 25c and 
lots of other goods. Da vies & Son>t, 
Auctioneers. .'.65 mid S2S Ynten Kfreet. 



Livery Stables 

MLLX. WOOD MM ««<»▼> WWm 



AdveVti 



ise in THE CCH-ONIST 



R, DAVeRNE. I6IS fiMglf St 




Campers and FictiiCtfi •« 
not permittcrf- . M - kiwi ©ll 
Stction 96, E«Jttim^»lt Ohf 
"trict^ othcrwitt kottwtt ftl 

"^fteb^nk. *"" 

" June i3t|l»"!9«a. ^ f§i 

ltfiWI*pHWM«H 



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VIC5TDB1A DAILY GOljOieST 

■SB8 




Vitit Our Tea Rooms, Third 
Floor. A Cup of Good Tea 
b the Best Refreshment 
Yo^ Can Have. 



zE 




TuMday, August 9, 1910. 



All of Our Chocolates Are 
Made on the Premises. They 
Are Pure and Wholesjbme 



Highest Grade Furniture in the August Sale 

In this sale, are styles and grades of"furniture from the medium to the 
very best obtainable. Today, we place on sale High Grade Diningroom 

and B^drpom Furniture. 

HANDSOME WALNUT SUITE, $625.00 

Thrsbeautifur suite is now being siiown in ou r Governm ent Street windows. It consis ts oi-_ diningr oom table^wkh 
curved legs, four side and two arm chairs, splendidly upbolstered in the finest ..leather, and a ^/COCT A]^ 
very handsome sideboard. This is a suite that is very rarely seen. August Sale price - - iDU2LD«l/U 




Colored Taffeta aMToxigee SilK Waists 



Lfa,";"- ' '!!!!■ !R.^ J,*.™ 



- a t $2.90 — — 

There is very little excuse for any lady not haviuK^ a sty!is!l and 
dainty Blouse, especially when we "are offering these at such re- 
markably low prices. "TlVey arc in all colors, of very fine quality 
Taffeta, also natural Pongee, in many very dainty effects.- Today's 
Special price ......' ^2.90 

The New Chanticler Waists A re Interes- 
ting^^riced from $3.75 to $5 

The new Chanticler Waists which we are showing are creating: a 
large amount of interest with all women who want something dif- 
ferent. They are in foulards, French crepe, Pongee and nets. The 
nets are lirje'd throughout with silk, in many dainty styles. Prices 
range from $3.75 to ^5.00 

- I 

New Lace Blotises, Today, at $3.90 

.\n exceptionally fine assortment of dainty Net Blouses go on sale 
tod^ry^-srHAxrysma^ll price indeed, quality considered. They are 
made of fine ecru and white lace net with embroidered fronts and 
lined throughout with silk. These are in a number of very attrac- 
tive and dainty styles. Priced at . ^3.90 



Davenport at $49.75 



Davenport, built 

finished golden 
ity leath'er. .\ugu>l 



of solid quarter cut oak, 
, u |)holst«re-d -in l>est qual- 



Sal 



t.' 



S?;49.75 




$2,75 buys a very nicely trimmed 

yow I ' iii\<-t m one! of them. 
coming styles and colors. 
cial tomorrow at 



Ladies' Trimmed 
Hats, Special To- 
morrow, at 

$2.75 



11 at here ti ^morrow ami vt' wilbpu_% 
They are in a number of very bc- 
trimmcd with feathers and, ribbons. Spe- 
$2.75, 



Ladies' Fine Linen Coats, Special, To- 
morrow, at $6>75 

Have you any u.se for a f.inen Coat.? If so, this is a si)lendid oppor- 
tunity to get one extremely cheap , These are in full length and 
three-quarter styles. Made of an- extra fine linen, in shades of 
white, blue, pink and mauve. Some of these are handsomely 
trimmed with lace panels. Tomorrow you may have your choice 
of these at .... ...'.... • • ^6.75 



3-Piecc Parlor Suite, $38.9^ 

splendid value indeed is thisT- Made of ma- 
hogany, beautifully upholstered in green 
leather' and splendidly 'finished.^ Today's 
price at our August Sale ?38.90^ 

Couches,- Today, at— $3.90- — 

Couches, made on strong heavy frames, finished golden, heavy metal casters. . upholstered 
in very fine woven tapestry, bestwire springs only used in the seat. Special today . .5^3.90 

Brossels Carpet Squares, $J3J5 

Brussels Carpet 
Square, in a large 
range of colorings 
and the new season's 
designs. They come 
in reds, g r e e ns, 
fawns, etr_ These 
are a snap. Size o 
X 9. Kricc 913.75 

S«* Brokd Stieat WiBdowa 

Hearth R ugs, 
Today, $1.50 

Heavy Pile Axminstei 
Hearth Rugs, in 
every style of design 
and .coloring. M!atch 
. any carpet, that - is 
made. Fringed at 
the ends, 'i'odav spe- 
cial at $1.50 

350 Pairs Heavy Fisli Net Curtains 
Reg. $2.75, Today, per Pair, $1.90 

■■■ ■ ale 350 pairs of very heayy 1m,-1i Net Curtains. These have Ori- 

Tlie ceiure is in plain effect, in pure white. These are exceptional 
. Today they are value extraordinary at, per pair $1.90 

Rockers, Today, $1.75 --- 



AlasK a Ice Cream Freezers at Special 

Prices 





This freezer is the only.one having the perpetual motion aerating 
spoon dasher, which make* it very rapid. \\'ediie-d;!\- Sin-rial 
Sale: 

Sale Sf?1.50 

Sale i^l3.50 

Sale ..s|;3.yo 

Sale S?3.f)0 

Sale $4.75 

Sal •-» .TT-Jpii-.-^-Or 

Rcgular Si 4.50. Sale .$9.50 

20 quart size. Regular ^17. 50. Sale JJ511.50 



_' ipiart size. 
,^ (jtiart ^ize. 
4 quart size. 
6 quart size. 
8 quart size. 
I 2 quart ,six4^ 
15 quart size. 



Regular S2.25. 
Regular $3.50. 
Regular S3. 90. 
Regular .'?4.90. 
Regular .SO.cX).' 

iiegular S8,50. 



Madras Muslins Priced at 25c 



Our Drapery Department is replete with all materials and fabrics 
wliicli are needed for curtains and window hangings. We are plac- 
on special sale today the l^est values we can offer in 



ini 

.M uslin. 

,sti )ck. 



Matlra-; 
The largest selection of designs we have ever had \\\ 



.All are put out for .quick selling. Be here on 



morning for thi^ big bargain. I'rice. p*\r 



» 



yard 



time this 
25^ 



Ladies White Tailored Blouses at $L00 



odav w <• are i)laeing on s 
cnlal designed borclcrs. 
value at their usual price 




Rockers, built or hanlwood, finished golden and mahogany, with cobbler 
.seat. Very roomy and comfortable. T!k argaiiiiii rockers. Soe 
windows in Broad street. Sale price ?1.75 

\ Grandfatlier's C loc k. $8.90 

Grandfather Clocks^ made of solid JPak, finished Early English Mission 
.'-tylo. good time-keepers. Very suitable for hall and diniriL: i-irini m 
den. Special today at ^S.tK) 



\-M , !;ly'¥hew'We"exccllcnr \-aliie mmi were offered m •! ■ ■ -''v. 
Tailored' Blouses, you ■Vvoubl-hav^ .one at-once.-:; TUiey arc niade 
Ml line pique, with tucked 
Specially low price .....'. 



Ireint^. att'aclied cuffs and 



collars. 
.81.00 



New Dress and Silk Goods Are Coming in 



New Dress and Silk Goods are pouring in daily. 



creations will int< 



. !;c.S ot'-VictO!' 



lie 



These new 
Moires and 



Chanticler are the icaturcs in Silks and Yelvei>, crepon etlccl, ami 
tweeds, pheasant eye mixture Avill be in great demand for 
See these goods on'main ti'i. t. Silk and 1 be-> Department. 



lancy 
suits. 



ori 



Special Bargains in SilRs 

WiTWe left ■■.with a i .■ mid Vines in. ciur Silk Departmci • 
.lean tip these lines we arc offering saftie today at vcr\ 



i'lW 



nun re 



100 Yards Natural Pongee,. 26 inches wide. Rcgulaj: 50c. ^T^ 



<lai 



\s I! 11 



90 yards Shot Silk, in check 
■$2.00. Today ..... • • • • • - 



Boys' Wash Suits, 
Values u p to $3, 
Wednesday, for 

$1.25 



,-\ finer aggregation of Boys' 
AV'ash Suits at such a tre- 
mendous 'saving ceiulfl not 
he wished for. 'l'h(j,y arc 
in all kind,^ of stripes, 
broken checks, etc., in 
piques, crushes, .stylishly 
made, and— wil4^-6tand al 
kinds of rough usage, 
Regular values up to $3.00^ 



^^^ 



« • « • *' 4 



r?1.2! 




Boys^ Blouses, VaL to $1.25, Wed.. 50c 

Every mother who wants her boy to look cooL^and comfortable should al-.. 

^tend here on Wednesday. .\ very fine cfuality faincy duck and prints, 
also grass cloths. These run up as high as $1,25. They also liavc fa^icy 
collars and cuffs. Wednesday you may have your choice ai 50< 

Clearance of Men's Wash Vests at 75c 



Bo^ys" Fine Norfolk _Suitv R<^ Vilue^Jo 
/ $3.50, Wednes day, ' $2.25 

This is a saving which is well worth taking, adyantagj' of. Just the kind for 
scluK)! wear, very .strongly made in Norfolk. Any mother will be proud to 
see the little fellow dressed in one of these suits. The usual selling price 
of these yvcrc $3.50. Special price, Wednesday 1^2.25 



IV. « 
i'=»i 



Wednesday, we are placing rm sale alPthe odd sizes. Thcy&rc in fancy 
<lncks, in stripes, "dots and broken checks. T^hese are principally small 
sizo.v, not over 37. These are excellent bargai n s... _A^. g r. e aL- : i, n a ji y... were 
])riee(l n]) to $1.75. Wednesday,. choose one, if it will" fit, at IT^^ 



Ladies' Drawers at 



Speciai^ S ale of Men's 
Suits, Wednesday, at 

$10.t)0 



The 



Sf 



-ml' 



.•Mir'"'! 



•,i 



Mi("e tr-* the 



50 



c 



.'V.iincr h't nf Cambric Drawers cnuld n^.i 'ne 
found ;U the price. These have a \ cry 
large frill of cml)r(jidcry and tucks in a 
style that will please every lady. Wc also 
have another line which is worthy of 
your attention at ^1.00. 




man \'. \" • \y 1 n' •! '-'n i i' '' ''^ ' ' ,' ' '■' '■ 
purposes. Ihey ,-arc cxqeptionali^ well, 
m ado, in fancy worsteds and twreedS. 
As soon as-y-n 



dcr linw it !■' 



t M ,-1 1 \^ 1 



Tfiern you will won- '; 



such values, In-.' the iait "i \\\<- matter 
Trwri^rSTrfc'ionmal<€^'a~el(?aTa^^ 

VVcdnesday Special ....^lO.OO- 



line. 



To- 
25<* 



87 Yards Natural Pongee, ,u inches wide. Regular 75c. Today 50<* 

120 Yards Natural Pongee. 34 inches wide. Regular 
ilay ........: - 

85 yards 36-in. Cheneys Foulard, in cream, taupe, navy, black ground 
' .'^pots and spray" design. Regular -Si. 5<">. T--' '}...... .75f> 



S'l.OO. 1''!- 

05<^ 



Kci;ul:ir, 

■'..■.75<> 




Men's Imitat ion Panama Straw Hats, Values 

up to $2 for 75c 



use Ml a Straw Hat,„and it ^V!ll 
such a saving. f")ur reason for 
ies in the fact that we don't wish iVi <-;irrv anv over 



here i-- plcntN of time _\ ct f"r the 
purchase here (;n Wedncsdav al 
<luction ! 
son, hence this barj?nin. Wcflnesday 



ia\ v'ui lo 
such a rc- 
until next sea- 
75^ 



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